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About Jane Duncan Rogers

Jane Duncan Rogers runs Before I Go Solutions, a not-for-profit organization that helps people design and create their end of life plans http://beforeigosolutions.com. An award-winning coach, she is author of Gifted by Grief: A True Story of Cancer, Loss and Rebirth, and Before I Go: Practical Questions to Ask and Answer Before You Die. Find out how well prepared you are for your own end of life by taking her free quiz.
Latest Posts | By Jane Duncan Rogers
3 Tips on How to Talk with Someone Who Is Dying
3 weeks ago

3 Tips on How to Talk with Someone Who Is Dying

Sylvia was becoming more and more frail. It was clear that, though in good spirits, her body was nearing the end of life. She kept having visits to the hospital and had recently had a fall which had precipitated one of these. Read More

3 Tips for Helping Your Dying Loved One Make End-of-Life Plans
1 month ago

3 Tips for Helping Your Dying Loved One Make End-of-Life Plans

Maria and Arthur are coming towards the end of their lives. They are a couple I know, who raised four children, had vibrant and dynamic careers at the prime of their lives, lived in different countries and made a very positive and significant contribution to the world in various ways. Read More

9 Unique Ways to Remember Your Loved Ones
2 months ago

9 Unique Ways to Remember Your Loved Ones

Walking in a beautiful memorial park in Coventry, England, dedicated to the huge numbers of men killed in both World Wars, I felt the peace in the air. Read More

3 Ways to Deal with the “If Only’s” and “What If’s” After 60
3 months ago

3 Ways to Deal with the “If Only’s” and “What If’s” After 60

Sylvia was distraught. “If only I had noticed the extent to which he was in pain! I mean, if I had noticed, then I could have insisted he went to the doctor earlier. What if I had done that? If only I had! He might still be alive and with me today.” Read More

3 Unusual Ways to State Your Feelings for Your Partner After 60
4 months ago

3 Unusual Ways to State Your Feelings for Your Partner After 60

One of the top 5 regrets of the dying is “I wish I’d had the courage to express my feelings.” Given that we never know when our life is going to come to an end, it’s a really good idea to not only express our feelings, but by doing that, keep our relationships up to date and healthy. Read More

3 Positive Ways to Embrace and Express Your Emotions After 60
6 months ago

3 Positive Ways to Embrace and Express Your Emotions After 60

“Brilliant! I would never have thought I could have had so much laughter about this subject!” Mhairi giggled as she left the workshop room, hugging me to say goodbye. Read More

5 Tips for Dealing with Grief Over Christmas
8 months ago

5 Tips for Dealing with Grief Over Christmas

Christmas, much like the other holidays, is a time when people look forward to the comforting nature of tradition, but when a death happens, the tradition is disrupted. Read More

Don’t Wait! Here Are 7 Crucial Reasons to Write Your Life Story, Right Now
11 months ago

Don’t Wait! Here Are 7 Crucial Reasons to Write Your Life Story, Right Now

Looking at my Dad lying in the hospital bed, unable to talk due to the recent stroke he’d had, I could only be thankful that some years ago we took the time to have a particular conversation. Read More

The 3 A’s of Living a Life of Joy After 60
11 months ago

The 3 A’s of Living a Life of Joy After 60

It took me quite some time to pluck up the courage and try internet dating after my husband died. At first, even the thought of it was horrifying, and my first visit to a dating site ended after just a minute or so. But as time passed – and I admitted I was doing okay but would like another man in my life…
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3 Things to Do When You’re Afraid of Losing Your Spouse
1 year ago

3 Things to Do When You’re Afraid of Losing Your Spouse

My greatest fear as the years went by was that my spouse might die first. Having had no children, the thought of my husband dying first and me being left alone in the world was something I simply couldn’t bear. Read More

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