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May 31, 2021

What purpose does Rhonda’s impending death have?  What is the best ‘value’ to put on death?  This episode we also find out why Rhonda hates the fact people will say, ‘At least she is not in pain anymore’, after she dies.  And why the phrase, ‘life goes on’, hurts so much.  Plus, preparation to tell the grandkids about cancer begins. 

We also hear how Rhonda’s panic attacks are now a metaphor for her cancer situation.  Plus a bonus extra ‘off-mic’ moment that captures some of the deep emotions of ‘life going on’ around a terminal cancer patient. 

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