Are you a new #caregiver for a loved one? Consider inviting family and close friends to come together and discuss the care needed. If possible, it's helpful to include the care recipient in this meeting. This meeting gives caregivers a chance to say what they need, plan for care, and ask others for assistance.
The columnist Ellen Goodman has introduced a website encouraging people to discuss their end-of-life wishes before it's too late. Have you had this talk with your loved ones? We'd love to know your thoughts on this.
60% of people say that making sure their family is not burdened by tough end-of-life healthcare decisions is “extremely important”. 56% have not communicated their end-of-life wishes with anyone. To address these facts, former Pulitzer Prize-winning ...
Sometimes a funeral isn’t just an experience to honor a loved one's memory, but a way to reevaluate what really matters. It gives people the chance to appreciate what they have, reflect on how they are living their lives, and what changes they might want to make. How would you complete this sentence: One of the most important things in my life is _____________.