While some of us look to the future with retirement plans, wills, medical directives, and powers of attorney, the majority of us don’t address the more difficult inevitability: death and dying. It’s a hard topic, and facing our mortality and that of those we love is oftentimes easier to ignore.
When death comes, the grieving process begins, and everyone handles it
differently. While there is no right or wrong way to cope with grief, would having a conversation sooner, rather than later, smooth some of the rougher edges associated with
At spiritfinder.org, we work to help others start the tough but important conversations. We feel these discussions are a fundamental part of the healing process. I have shared the following information with others, and now I want to share it with you.
None of us can fully prepare ourselves for the loss of a loved one, or even our own death, but taking a little more control of the conversation could enable us to navigate more easily the rocky path of grief.
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