Planning for Your Death
Talking about your end-of-life wishes with a loved one (and vice versa) can be uncomfortable. It somehow seems unnecessary—morbid, even—to discuss when everyone is healthy. Until someone isn’t healthy, and it’s suddenly too late.
If you’re having difficulty starting the conversation, we can walk you through it. If the difficulty is related to a challenging family dynamic, we can help with that, too.
Planning for a Loved One’s Death
Good news: Most folks (80%) think that it’s important to have end-of-life plans. Chances are, then, your loved ones will be receptive, even if the process feels awkward. We can help with suggestions on what to say and how to keep the conversation going productively. We can also offer more in-depth coaching if things go sideways.
It’s OK to be sad and it’s OK to ask for help.