Illness, death and money problems ‘hardest conversations’

Over half of Brits avoid difficult discussions

Illness, death and financial problems top the list of the nation’s most avoided and hardest conversations to have, a poll shows. The survey from Co-op Funeralcare found the three most difficult conversations people fear in life are telling someone a loved one has died; telling a loved one about a life-limiting illness; or consoling a loved one after someone has died. More than half of UK adults (54%) admitted to avoiding difficult conversations. One in five adults (20%) have avoided telling a loved one about a life-threatening illness, while 17% have avoided telling a loved one that someone had died. However, 22% regretted not having a conversation about death and dying with a loved one who has since passed away.   Excerpt from Health Insurance Daily, read the full article here.

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