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Over half of Brits avoid difficult discussionsIllness, 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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