Archive for December, 2013

5 Things Death Can Teach Us – Part 2

December 18th, 2013 by Passare


Have you heard the expression, “Time is a great healer…”? When experiencing the loss of a loved one, it means that although each person’s time frame is unique, the intense emotion that often follows the death of a loved one will lessen with the passing of time.

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Document Access and Storage Checklist

December 12th, 2013 by Passare


You must keep official documents like these, which are full of invaluable personal information, in a safe, secure storage space. Since these documents are the key to your daily life, and your loved ones’ inheritance, it is important to understand how to establish proper access privileges to keep your most important documents protected.

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How to Create Your Memoir

December 11th, 2013 by Passare


Have you ever said, “If only I had asked my mother – or father, or grandmother, or grandfather – about that while they were alive.”? If you have, then you understand the importance of preserving your family’s legacy by collecting your reminiscences into a memoir.

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Mapping Your End-of-Life Choices

December 9th, 2013 by Passare


As important as it is to have your health care directives in place, to help your doctors and loved ones make wise medical decisions should you ever be unable to speak for yourself, you probably don’t realize how limiting and confusing those directives can be.

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How Doctors Choose To Die – Infographic

December 6th, 2013 by Passare

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When it comes to dying, doctors, of course, are ultimately no different from the rest of us. And their emotional and physical struggles are surely every bit as wrenching. But they have a clear advantage over many of us. They’ve seen death up close. They understand their choices, and they have access to the best […]

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5 Things Death Can Teach Us – Part 1

December 5th, 2013 by Passare


The death of a loved one naturally gives thought to our own mortality. Unfortunately, these thoughts are brief, lasting until we are back to our daily, usually rushed, routines of life. It is so often said, “life is short.”

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