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My Way Cards: An introduction for clinicians, attorneys, and pastoral counselors (My Way Cards for Natural Dying)
My Way Cards: An introduction for clinicians, attorneys, and pastoral counselors (My Way Cards for Natural Dying)
This INTRODUCTION to My Way Cards is both more, and less, than the full e-book that is also available, as explained in the last paragraph that follows the description of the full e-book below:

Living Wills are important gifts to your loved ones and much more. They can help you avoid days to many weeks of unbearable end-of-life suffering, and months to several years of lingering in Advanced Dementia, such as Alzheimer's disease where--because you cannot talk or complain--your pain may be unrecognized and untreated.

Sorting My Way Cards is a new, easy and relatively fast way to create your own powerful Living Will. (Few, if any, other Living Wills consider Advanced Dementia.) You can consider each card/item, one-at-a-time. Each is described by an average of 23 plain words with almost no medical jargon or diagnoses. All items are illustrated to help understand their meaning. They cover the symptoms, losses of function, unwanted behaviors, and conflicts with lifelong values commonly experienced in Advanced Dementia and other terminal illnesses.

Most important: the cards give you a "way out." Called Natural Dying, the cards explain why this way can be comfortable--even peaceful—if you want a "timely" dying. By "timely" we mean neither prolonged nor premature. Selecting certain cards can help make sure your future decision-makers do not give up on you, before you would want.

You must make your end-of-life decisions while you are still "competent" for this task. "Capacity" can vanish suddenly from an automobile accident or stroke; or slowly, from dementia.

Your choices of cards can indicate when you want to refuse treatment that is too burdensome or cannot provide any overall benefit, as well as when you would want “total sedation” if that becomes the only way to provide you relief from unbearable pain and suffering.

After sorting/deciding, write your results on a "My Decisions Table" (available from the non-profit organization Caring Advocates). Send, email, fax, or upload your choices to www.Caring Advocates.org to receive your "Natural Dying--Living Will" (for which they charge a reasonable fee.)

While thinking about death and dying may not be pleasant, investing the effort now can give you peace of mind so you can go on to enjoy the rest of your life.

THIS INTRODUCTION contains additional points of information and more external links of interest to professionals, but it contain only 14 of the total of 48 card/items, Yet these should suffice for professionals to get a good glimpse of what the experience of learning from the card/items and of making a choice about each card/item are like. (Alternative: see http://caringadvocates.org/e-books.php#links.)

This INTRODUCTION to My Way Cards is both more, and less, than the full e-book that is also available, as explained in the last paragraph that follows the description of the full e-book below:

Living Wills are important gifts to your loved ones and much more. They can help you avoid days to many weeks of unbearable end-of-life suffering, and months to several years of lingering in Advanced Dementia, such as Alzheimer's disease where--because you cannot talk or complain--your pain may be unrecognized and untreated.

Sorting My Way Cards is a new, easy and relatively fast way to create your own powerful Living Will. (Few, if any, other Living Wills consider Advanced Dementia.) You can consider each card/item, one-at-a-time. Each is described by an average of 23 plain words with almost no medical jargon or diagnoses. All items are illustrated to help understand their meaning. They cover the symptoms, losses of function, unwanted behaviors, and conflicts with lifelong values commonly experienced in Advanced Dementia and other terminal illnesses.

Most important: the cards give you a "way out." Called Natural Dying, the cards explain why this way can be comfortable--even peaceful—if you want a "timely" dying. By "timely" we mean neither prolonged nor premature. Selecting certain cards can help make sure your future decision-makers do not give up on you, before you would want.

You must make your end-of-life decisions while you are still "competent" for this task. "Capacity" can vanish suddenly from an automobile accident or stroke; or slowly, from dementia.

Your choices of cards can indicate when you want to refuse treatment that is too burdensome or cannot provide any overall benefit, as well as when you would want “total sedation” if that becomes the only way to provide you relief from unbearable pain and suffering.

After sorting/deciding, write your results on a "My Decisions Table" (available from the non-profit organization Caring Advocates). Send, email, fax, or upload your choices to www.Caring Advocates.org to receive your "Natural Dying--Living Will" (for which they charge a reasonable fee.)

While thinking about death and dying may not be pleasant, investing the effort now can give you peace of mind so you can go on to enjoy the rest of your life.

THIS INTRODUCTION contains additional points of information and more external links of interest to professionals, but it contain only 14 of the total of 48 card/items, Yet these should suffice for professionals to get a good glimpse of what the experience of learning from the card/items and of making a choice about each card/item are like. (Alternative: see http://caringadvocates.org/e-books.php#links.)

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Attorney Rene Sandler , client Patrick Yevsukov
Attorney Rene Sandler , client Patrick Yevsukov
Outside US District Cour in Greenbelt, MD. Attorney Rene Sandler maintains her client, 18 year old Patrick Yevsukov, backed away from an alleged plot to assasinate then-candidate Obama in 2008. Yevsukov was granted immunity in a case involving former high school friend Collin McKenzie-Gude, who pleaded guilty to possession of a destrucive device. Prosecutors allege both boys were constructing a plot to kill President Barack Obama. Sandler says her client backed away when he found McKenzie Gude was serious. McKenzie Gude's attorney says his client was innocent, and suggests that Yevsukov was not mentally stable and made claims about McKenzie-Gude's intentions.
Leslie Johnson pleads guilty
Leslie Johnson pleads guilty
June 30, 2011 (Greenbelt, MD) U.S. Attorney for Maryland, Rod Rosenstein, talks to the press about charges against Prince George’s County Councilmember Leslie Johnson (D-Mitchellville). At a hearing in U.S. District Court in Greenbelt, Johnson, 59, pled guilty to one felony count of conspiracy to commit witness and evidence tampering. She admitted to flushing a $100,000 check from a developer down the toilet and concealing $79,600 in her underwear to hide it from federal agents. She is expected to lose her Council seat. (Photo by Don Baxter/Media Images International)

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A Legal Guide for Lesbian & Gay Couples
Protect your rights -- protect your relationship!

Now more than ever, it's important that you take the proper legal steps to define and protect your relationship in the eyes of the law. If you don't, you run the risk of being shut out of each other's lives -- and the lives of children you co-parent -- in times of medical, financial or personal crisis.

This practical, plain-English guide shows lesbian and gay couples how to:


make practical decisions about living together

obtain domestic partner benefits

make medical decisions for each other when needed

take care of each other's finances when one partner is incapacitated

leave property to each other

have and raise children through adoption, donor insemination, surrogacy or foster parenting

The 15th edition is updated with a discussion of the laws of each state offering either marriage or marriage-equivalent status, covers all the new state laws in recent months, and discusses the pros and cons of entering into a marriage or like relationship. It also includes a CD-ROM that helps living-together contracts, powers of attorney, wills and more. (20080309)

Protect your rights -- protect your relationship!

Now more than ever, it's important that you take the proper legal steps to define and protect your relationship in the eyes of the law. If you don't, you run the risk of being shut out of each other's lives -- and the lives of children you co-parent -- in times of medical, financial or personal crisis.

This practical, plain-English guide shows lesbian and gay couples how to:


make practical decisions about living together

obtain domestic partner benefits

make medical decisions for each other when needed

take care of each other's finances when one partner is incapacitated

leave property to each other

have and raise children through adoption, donor insemination, surrogacy or foster parenting

The 15th edition is updated with a discussion of the laws of each state offering either marriage or marriage-equivalent status, covers all the new state laws in recent months, and discusses the pros and cons of entering into a marriage or like relationship. It also includes a CD-ROM that helps living-together contracts, powers of attorney, wills and more. (20080309)

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