In our culture, we don't do a very good job of helping people die. With an aging population, more and more of us become caregivers for our parents. We need to think of end of life issues for them and for us. These are comments and references to a wonderful informitive article in the New York Times on paliative care and what is called terminal sleep.
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Gusdavis Aughtry is a pseutonym for Jerry Autry. I started writing under pseutonyms when I was in the Army. Some people have a garage full of tools or golf but I write. Having had a long career in the military, I draw on that for articles, essays, stories. Presently, I am doing a memoir of my four brothers and our growing up on a tobacco farm in North Carolina.

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