- Publisher: Success Skills Press (October 19, 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1939884020
- ISBN-13: 978-1939884022
- Product Dimensions: 7 x 0.4 x 10 inches
- Shipping Weight: 13.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,800,935 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The Survivor's Family Guide: A Resource for Loved Ones After Your Passing Paperback – October 19, 2016
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Depending on one's age, health, religious, cultural values and beliefs, life situation, and perspective, death can be viewed in a number of ways. Some view it with fear and trepidation while others see it as a blessing. No matter what your views on the topic, death is inevitable. Since no one knows when that event will occur, wise and compassionate people take the time to prepare in advance.
Throughout your life, you have likely loved, cared and tried to protect those people forwhom you are concerned. You can continue to show your caring and support now. In order to help continue to support your family, friends and loved ones, you can do them a great service by preparing in advance for your own demise. Rather than add trauma and stress to an already emotional life event, why not lighten their load by preparing vital information to aid them in dealing with your passing.
While many people efficiently keep vital records and information throughout their lives, it is often scattered in several locations or not periodically updated. This is especially true related to personal data, legal matters, financial accounts, and related issues.
Survivor's Family Guide: A Resource for Loved Ones After Your Passing is a designed as an indispensable resource to help family members and others dear to you avoid unnecessary anxiety. By taking a bit of time to collect valuable information and store your last wishes in one handy reference, you give a final gift of love. If you need more pages than provided, make a note to alert your loved one indicating how many additional pages that you created. Then, photocopy blank pages from the book, complete and insert them in to the back when you store the journal.
In this handy planning guide, you will find useful information and a step-by-step journal to record information that will be vital once you are gone. If you take the time to methodically record important data and knowledge, your loved ones will deeply appreciate it once you are no longer here to provide the information or assist them in gathering it. If any area in the book does not apply to you, put an NA (not applicable) in the blank space. That will prevent your loved one from feeling frustrated or stressed because he or she has to spend time trying to determine whether or not you simply forgot to fill in a section.
From the Back Cover
Death isoften called a gateway to the unknown. Many people grieve and mourn it, whileothers celebrate the life of their departed love one as that person moves on toa better place. It is the people left behind who have lost a special person intheir life and must try to make sense of the departure, handle affairs, andlearn to move on with their life.
The Survivor'sFamily Guide is designed to provide a tool for everyone to prepare forthe inevitable day when he or she is no longer on this Earth. It is anindispensable resource that anyone can complete to provide the type of informationthat only they have related to personal and business affairs. By using thisbook to share crucial information and last messages with your loved one, youare giving a lasting gift of love. It is a resource for those who are dear toyou. By following the prompts within this book and providing valuableinformation, you can help ease the burden of dealing with your passing for yourspouse or significant other. With it, they will have most of the importantinformation that they will need to settle your estate, handle arrangements foryour final departure and move on with their life. They can also refer to Survivor's Family Guide inthe future as a source of important information about you.
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