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Tag Archives: Legacy
From unraveling to weaving my own tapestry
It was my 18th birthday — five months to the day after my father’s suicide. Tears arrived without warning, without my permission. They burst through the protective armor that had been slowly eroding away through my process of denial and minimization. … Continue reading →
The initial impact
When I was a child, my family was a strong, stoic clan. We valued fierce independence above all else. Asking for help or seeking recognition was not acceptable. Neither love nor grief was talked about or expressed. Any acknowledgment of … Continue reading →
A priceless way to honor your and your loved one's lives
Working with and being the student of those facing the end of life for many years, I have witnessed what really matters in living and in dying. Prompted to examine the life I was living and the legacy I would … Continue reading →
From designating a legacy contact to completely deleting your account, Facebook offers more than just the standard procedure of freezing one’s account
Have you ever wondered what you could do to protect your Facebook profile after you die? According to a Wall Street Journal article by Geoffrey A. Fowler, those post death options have increased now to three for U.S. members instead … Continue reading →
No Time Like the Present: Get your Affairs in Order Today!
Dedicated to helping people prepare for end of life, Sally Shannon is an uplifting life coach, organizer, and home funeral guide. She is a member of the San Francisco Home Funerals Alliance, with a focus on preplanning. Aurora: What does … Continue reading →