Our Normal Experiences With Death By Kübler-Ross

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1. In what ways does Kübler-Ross believe that our normal experiences with death are different today from those of past generations? Kübler-Ross believes that normal experiences with death are different today than in past generations. In past generations it was very rare for someone not to lose a loved one early in their life. Today, new medicines allow more people to live longer, and in result, not many people might experience death of a close relative at a young age. Today, it is a lot different from the past, because many people do not have experience with death and know how to deal with it. 2. Does Kübler-Ross feel that children should be excluded from death situations? What arguments do some people offer for screening children from death?
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