Talking to our immigrant parents about living wills and last wishes

My 83-year-old father passed away last year. Despite the difficult circumstances, having a living will and knowing his last wishes made the situation a little more manageable. It’s a difficult but necessary conversation to have with our loved ones–especially if they’re our immigrant parents.

To help others, I recently shared my story of how I discussed this with my parents on Juleyka Lantigua-Williams’s podcast: How to Talk to Mami and Papi about Anything.

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