The New Zealand Herald, 20 March 2018
Lead author Kurt Gray said: “When we imagine our emotions as we approach death, we think mostly of sadness and terror.
“But it turns out, dying is less sad and terrifying – and happier – than you think.
“In our imagination, dying is lonely and meaningless, but the final blog posts of terminally ill patients and the last words of death row inmates are filled with love, social connection and meaning.”
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