End of life can mean tough decisions for families

    When it comes to end-of-life decisions, families often face tough choices.

    In the absence of a living will, family members are conflicted whether to choose medical interventions, or to let their loved one go.

    Psychologist Dan Gottlieb recently guided a family through this process, and learned valuable lessons along the way. He spoke with WHYY’s Behavioral Health reporter Maiken Scott.

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