Tag Archives: Preparing for Death

“Death never takes a wise man by surprise; he is always ready to go.”

- Jean de la Fontaine
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Keys to Dying Well

Embracing a new cycle

There are many “life cycles” in our time on earth — beginnings and endings of our youth, relationships, work, dreams, and ultimately, of life itself. This is my farewell blog, ending my cycle as a writer for “Dying Well.” To … Continue reading

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Facing Your Own Death

Can you really prepare now?

Because of my years of hospice experience, I have no fear of dying. And I want to believe I will know when it’s time to let go. But do we ever really know how we will respond? Can we really … Continue reading

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Our Weekly Tip: Estate Planning and Naming a Guardian for Your Young Child

How to elect the right guardian for your minor child in the event of your premature death

Our Tip of the Week:  The majority of parents of minor children in the United States do not have wills. If you are the parent of a minor child, the idea of choosing an appointed guardian in the event of … Continue reading

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