1:2:1 Podcast

Ellen Goodman on 'the conversation'

Death is something that few people want to talk about, but Ellen Goodman wants to change that. After her mother's death, the Pulitzer-prize winning columnist for the Boston Globe and author was reminded of the importance of having "the conversation." She launched "The Conversation Project," a national movement dedicated to the wishes of end-of-life care. In this podcast, Goodman talks about the project, what she hopes to accomplish through the initiative and why she believes having the conversation is probably the most important discussion you'll ever have. 

 

Length: 23 mins. 37 sec.

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