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If you want to give yourself the best opportunity for a good death, then preparing in advance is going to increase the likelihood of that! Yes, it means addressing the elephant in the room, but by doing this, and answering the questions that we highlight here at Before I Go Solutions, not only will you discover relief and peace of mind, but you will be giving your family one of the greatest gifts you can.
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In my recent survey, the issue of being a burden, or maintaining your independence as you age was the one thing that most people mentioned. Find out what you can do right now to help yourself in the future.
If you haven’t yet looked at my TedX talk, do please – it’s now reached over 5000 people, which makes my heart sing to see the seed being planted of how very important this topic is.
"Every adult in the English-speaking world needs to read, and use, Before I Go: The Essential Guide to Creating a Good End of Life Plan by Jane Duncan Rogers. It’s a practical, comprehensive, upbeat guide to just about everything that needs to be addressed before you die".
Gail Rubin www.agoodgoodbye.com
"Jane's work has finally got us going on something we had been saying for ages 'would be a good idea', and it is much more than about just the legal necessities. Just as important for us was to explore what each of us needs to know about continuing life without our partner. This has surprisingly brought a depth of intimacy between us - looking at the possibility of incapacity and death for either one of us has not been the dreadful subject one could imagine. Now the ball is rolling it feels good and positive". Hugh & Janet, Scotland