There's a couple of other things I wanted to cover, if you don't mind, and it's something that I talk about with everyone. And if it gets too overwhelming, just let me know, because I may say a lot of words, but this' actually really pertinent to the care that we're going to provide to you. So, have you heard about goals of care? Have you have heard that term? >> No. >> Okay, so goals of care, the way that we define, really is about supporting your quality of life, right? So, palliative care is all about maintaining your quality of life as you define it, and whatever you can tell us really helps us in terms of being able to do that. So, what are some things that are important to you in your life right now? I mean, I think you talked a little bit about a few things that I could probably mention. >> Yeah. >> I wanted to see if I could hear from you. >> Well, my son, honestly- >> Okay, of course, okay. >> [INAUDIBLE] with him. >> Okay. >> And Tim too, I mean, our marriage is still so new. >> Mm-hm, okay. >> And I'd like to keep volunteering it in Jesse's school. That's really important to me. >> Hmm. >> So those are- >> Okay, those are the main things that- >> Happened in my head right now. >> Okay, that is perfect. And so, I can sort of tell you how goals of care would apply to that. How we would use that. So really then, what we would look at is, so basically, you want to try to maintain your energy, so you can be able to engage in these things, right? So you could continue volunteering. That you can engage with your son. That you'll be present for your husband, right? So all those things are important. So when you go to your oncologist and you say these things, these are the things that are important. Then she takes those things in mind when she decides what treatments that she's going to give you. Maybe it's like a negotiation like if you had two treatments that are going to work equally enough, maybe there's one that's going to be less make you less tired. So be like, okay, will give her the one that's going to make her less tired. So that's kind of how that all works. And so, over time we're going to continue to ask you about your goals. because those things can change. I mean, it's not like a static thing. It's like something that changes over time. And then the second thing is an advanced directive or advanced care planning. Have you heard about that? >> Yeah, yeah. >> Look a little distressed. What are you thinking about? >> That just sounds so dire right now. I mean, I'm just thinking I want to get through this. >> Yeah. >> And so, It's just a little hard for me to hear right now. >> Yeah, well, I think unfortunately, advanced care planning and the advance directive has gotten really crappy media coverage. It's like I actually have my own advance directive. And the reason why I have that is like say, I walk out the door, God forbid, I get hit by a car, and then my loved ones find me. I would want my loved ones to know what it is that I wanted, because then I'm not going to be able to talk at that point. And I'm not going to be able to say what it is that I wanted. So I think we've gone over a lot today, Sarah. >> Yeah. >> Yeah, yeah, how are you feeling? >> Overwhelmed, but better informed. >> That sounds like that would make sense. So I didn't know if you have any other questions for me right now. >> Not right now. >> Okay. >> I think I just need some time to process all this. >> Yeah, know that completely, that completely makes sense. So it makes sense that you'd be overwhelmed. I just want you to know that there's a lot of people that are here that can support you. I'm part of that team that can support you. Do you feel like it would be helpful to continue to see me? >> Yes, yes. >> Okay, perfect. So often times I come in sort of after the oncology appointments. I don't know if you think that would be a good time. >> Yeah, no, that makes sense since I'm already here and trying to process. >> Right, okay, perfect. Then, maybe we'll plan on that. Maybe I can see you after your next visit. >> Okay. >> I'm going to give you my card. So I work 8:30 to 5:00 Monday through Friday. You could always call me, leave me a message. I'll definitely call you back and least 24 hours if not sooner than that, okay? And we're going to walk with you along in this process, okay? So you're not alone. >> Okay. >> All right, all right. >> Thank you. >> Yeah, thank you. It was wonderful to meet you ,Sarah. >> You too. >> Yeah, all right, take care. >> Thank you. >> All right, bye-bye.