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4 tips to dealing with the effects of missing someone you love

By Jane Duncan Rogers / November 19, 2019 / 4 Comments

Missing your Mum or your Dad after they have died is as natural as anything, especially if they have played a large part in your life, such as if you had been caring for them. The grief comes with a big slam, catches you sideways, and tosses and turns you all over the place. A…

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14 Easy Ways to Keep Funeral Costs Down

By Jane Duncan Rogers / November 13, 2019 / 0 Comments

“I don’t want to pay that amount of money for something I don’t want!” I screamed these words to the funeral director who sat opposite me on the sofa two days after my husband had died. Tears rolled down my cheeks, I felt beside myself with rage and misery. I didn’t want to have to…

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What if You Died Today? 3 Quick (and Powerful!) Steps to Ease the Burden on Your Family

By Jane Duncan Rogers / November 6, 2019 / 0 Comments

Paradoxically, when we are willing to face the end, we find ourselves able to appreciate being here, now, more fully. In other words, facing the end enables more joy right now; more pleasure and more satisfaction. Find out 3 simple things you can do to get prepared.

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Love-Giver or Love-Taker? 3 Tips for a Healthy Personality Balance

By Jane Duncan Rogers / October 30, 2019 / 0 Comments

If you had died yesterday, what would you have lived your life as? A love-giver or a love-taker? Are you willing to change your demeanour toward life and try to be more open to giving?

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9 Unique Ways to Remember Your Loved Ones

By Jane Duncan Rogers / October 23, 2019 / 0 Comments

Walking in a beautiful memorial park in Coventry, England, dedicated to the huge numbers of men killed in both World Wars, I felt the peace in the air. Remembrance is an important part of death, and there are lots of ways you can do it

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Calling out to those interested in the BIG Training 2020

By Jane Duncan Rogers / October 8, 2019 / 0 Comments

Coaches, consultants, counsellors, celebrants, health professionals… do you feel called to help people face up to the one thing that is sure in life? Join the 2020 intake of those who want to become licensed facilitators of the Before I Go Method of end of life planning.

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A story about creating a ritual when you’re not sure what to do…

By Jane Duncan Rogers / October 7, 2019 / 0 Comments

I didn’t know what to do – only that it was important to me to do something.”Shall we gather about coffee time tomorrow morning? And each of us say something?” I tentatively suggested…

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Would You Believe, I Am An Introvert?

By Jane Duncan Rogers / September 12, 2019 / 2 Comments

I notice that after a prolonged time when I am ‘out’ there, I need to retreat ‘in’. This is because, believe it or not, I am an introvert. I also know that my mission is to shout from the rooftops about end of life matters. Find out how I balance the two, and become more alive by facing death.

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7 Things Learnt After Cleaning Out of a Home to Settle an Estate

By Jane Duncan Rogers / September 9, 2019 / 0 Comments

My Facebook friend Shirley Johnson recently shared her experience of clearing out a family home to settle an estate. Read her valuable experiences and tips for how to avoid unnecessary time and hassle.

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7 ways To Help Maintain Your Independence As You Age

By Jane Duncan Rogers / July 19, 2019 / 1 Comment

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.

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