Creating a framework of support

  • Extreme mood swings, reckless behavior, or new patterns ofbehavior (i.e., irritability in an otherwise cheerful person,lethargy in an otherwise energetic person)
  • Increased alcohol or drug use
  • Veiled threats, references to not being able to continue, oreven a mention of the end of life in a seemingly casual way
  • Preparatory behavior such as getting wills and/or finances inorder.

Anna Mittag is vicepresident of LifeSpeak; she can be reached [email protected].

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