Image

Dealing with Grief and Fears

Grief is a part of life. This doesn’t make it easy to deal with. Maybe you have a fear of dying. Perhaps you’re dealing with the loss of a loved one. You are not alone. We’re here to help.

How to Create and Share Your Lasting Legacy of Love
22 hours ago

How to Create and Share Your Lasting Legacy of Love

Several years ago, my friend, Arlene, finalized her estate documents. Those important papers included her legal will, revocable trust, living will, and powers of attorney for financial and medical matters…
Read More

What Do You Think About the Right to Live?
4 days ago

What Do You Think About the Right to Live?

A few years ago, an acquaintance of mine whom I will refer to as Margo shared with me a disturbing story. She had taken her healthy, independent 90-year-old aunt to the physician’s…
Read More

Why Do People Say What They Do in Their Final Hours Before Death?
2 weeks ago

Why Do People Say What They Do in Their Final Hours Before Death?

Many years ago, I was visiting a friend’s house, having just heard that her husband was in his last few days. She was not a close friend, but I knew them both as part of the Quaker community…
Read More

4 Questions to Guide Your End of Life Planning (#2 is So Important!)
2 weeks ago

4 Questions to Guide Your End of Life Planning (#2 is So Important!)

In today’s video, author and non-profit Before I Go Solutions founder Jane Duncan Rogers take a deep and compassionate look at end-of-life planning for women over 60. Read More

3 Pointers to What You CAN Control Around Coronavirus
3 weeks ago

3 Pointers to What You CAN Control Around Coronavirus

All of a sudden, it seems that coronavirus has come closer much more swiftly than we thought it would. However, although we may not have any control over when, where…
Read More

7 Things You Can Do When Experiencing Moments of Vulnerability and Anxiety
4 weeks ago

7 Things You Can Do When Experiencing Moments of Vulnerability and Anxiety

Recently, a friend told me about feeling increased anxiety. She had had a kidney transplant over 20 years ago, but, now in her 60s, she finds herself getting very upset with any new physical symptom…
Read More

What Happens If You Die Before Your Elderly Parents?
1 month ago

What Happens If You Die Before Your Elderly Parents?

By  •  Mindset

Many Baby Boomers have parents living into their 80s and 90s, and often these elderly individuals are in need of support from family as they have limited resources…
Read More

Pay Now, Die Later: Is Funeral Insurance Worth It?
1 month ago

Pay Now, Die Later: Is Funeral Insurance Worth It?

Marisa, a client, contacted me with an urgent tone in her voice. “Should I get funeral insurance? I really want to sort my funeral out, but this is a big stumbling block for me…
Read More

How to Write Condolence Notes: 8 Tips That Might Come in Handy
1 month ago

How to Write Condolence Notes: 8 Tips That Might Come in Handy

I recently poured out my heart to a colleague about my guilt at two condolence notes left unwritten. One note was intended for a colleague whose sister had died, though I’d heard about the death long after the funeral had taken place…
Read More

Brave in a New World: Dealing with Grief and Recovering from Loss
1 month ago

Brave in a New World: Dealing with Grief and Recovering from Loss

By  •  Mindset

The loss of a mother at a rather early age was very traumatic. At 17, this is the time you need love, guidance and direction about life and you do not know who to trust. So you must learn to trust yourself and your instincts and in your life decisions – good, bad, right or wrong…
Read More