Phyllis Shacter’s husband made a series of radical choices about how his life would end. When he received two life limiting diagnoses within six weeks of each other, Alzheimers and cancer, he refused cancer treatment and employed natural methods instead.See the link below for my live interview with Cheryl Jones on a program called “Good Grief” on voiceamerica.com, Wed., July 26, 2017, at 2:00 pm PST. I look forward to sharing my transformative journey through the grieving process. You can listen live, and it will be available afterward also.It was not an easy journey to be an advocate for my husband when he decided to VSED (Voluntarily Stop Eating and Drinking) so he didn’t have to live into the late stages of Alzheimer’s. I dove deep into the grief, and over time this grieving energy transformed. My husband achieved his wish to not suffer through the late stages of Alzheimer’s, and over time, I became “free” again, feeling joy and gratitude for the gift of life.
Source: Choosing to Die | VoiceAmerica