Live and Die with 
Peace of Mind &
Honor the Sacred Last Phase of Life

Beginning list to consider:

  • Making legal decisions

  • Organizing personal belongings 

  • Getting clarity about what your and your loved one's wishes are

  • Understanding medical emergency forms

  • Deciding when it is time for hospice

  • Hiring other caregivers.

  • Knowing you have prepared and done all you can for your loved one's quality of life, whatever that means to you and your family.

 We don't know what a person's wishes are until we ask.

  • We tend to walk on egg shells around our fears, sensitivities, and admitting we will not have each other with us forever. And we end up letting our loved ones die focussed on medical matters & worried about getting their affairs in order rather than matters of the heart. 

 

  • We miss out on spending valuable time together to remember our shared values, life purposes, and what a person's life has meant.

 

  • Out of a fear of being too forward or greedy by discussing personal finances ahead of time, families lose valuable assets and income going through an agonizing probate process, because no one ever asked mom if she had updated her will or created a trust to take care of her estate.