“If visitors arrived when AshLeigh was asleep, did she want to be woken? If they started crying, should they step outside or talk about their feelings with her? What about life support? Funeral details? Who should inherit her computer? Or Bandit, her dachshund?” In a story that is at once awful, beautiful and poignant, the NYT’s Jan Hoffman describes a program that enables teenagers who are facing death to share their own feelings and wishes for the end of their lives and beyond.