A personal directive is a legal document that outlines your end-of-life decisions. This includes what you want to happen if you become unable to make decisions and how much medical treatment you wish to receive or not receive in certain situations. Having a personal directive ensures that your wishes are respected, even if they aren't the same as those of the people closest to you. They also give family members peace of mind when it comes time for them to make difficult choices about your care.
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