n reality, Susan can't control what is happening in her body, so she needs to control what she can, and so she is trying to control how others handle her disease ... at least as far as it concerns how they will deal with her.
The application of "Extreme Acceptance" asks us to dig deep inside of ourselves and accept the seemingly outrageous. It is the "X Games for the Mind" because with any drastic change or abrupt shift in the familiar, there is emotional risk involved.
While seeking a favorable legal outcome you should also actively pursue emotional resolution. No matter what I or some other judge says about what you take when you leave, you really can live happily ever after.
Though we have a super-sized appetite for fast food, the national malady has more to do with our spiritual connections: how we live, who we are, how we think, how we love, how we face fear, how we die.