Archive for December, 2014

Is Grieving Online the ‘New Normal?’

December 16th, 2014 by Evan Caroll

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  Have you noticed a lot of people are using social media to help them deal with loss? In a recent story Passare expert Evan Carroll explains why it’s not just a trend, it’s the “new normal” for many of us living in the digital age.

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10 Estate Planning Tips for Baby Boomers

December 12th, 2014 by Passare

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As we’ve covered here, Baby Boomers are beginning to retire this year. If you are one of the 10,000 Americans turning 65 every day,  here are 10 Estate Planning tips every Baby Boomer should look at when planning for their retirement.

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Writing a Comforting Condolence Letter

December 11th, 2014 by Passare

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When someone you care about passes away, finding the right words to express your feelings isn’t easy. Yet writing a condolence letter may be an important step toward healing. It can be an inspiring way to offer support to someone grieving.

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My Life Conversations: How Do I Start?

December 10th, 2014 by Passare

We continue our story about Maya, a 66 year old women grieving the death of her parents within six months of each other. Cousin Rita helps Maya begin an End-of-Life plan by offering some questions to ask herself, conversations she may want to have with family, and information she’ll need to gather to make her […]

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