Tag Archives: on death and dying

Tax Returns for Decedent

It was not until my mom died that I discovered that my dad needed to file a tax return for the last year she was alive. Of course it makes sense, it just never occurred to me. As a staunch … Continue reading

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Planning for Your Survivors

People tell me all the time ‘You should write another book on how to plan for death!’ Fortunately, hundreds of others have thought the same thing and have done exactly that. I then refer them to a couple of my … Continue reading

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Begin Here: Helping Survivors Manage honored as 2013 International Book Award Finalist

It is an honor to be a Finalist in the International Book Award contest in the Self-Help: General category. Results were released June 3, 2013 in this Press Release. It is not the most important thing to actually win awards, … Continue reading

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Death of a Child

There is not much in this world that carries the emotional toll of experiencing the death of a child. I have known many of these people and cannot imagine how heart-wrenching it would be. Helping Survivors Manage is expanding its … Continue reading

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What is Your Idea of Loneliness? Article for the Association of Women Funeral Professionals

This is an article I wrote for the Association of Women Funeral Professionals. Here is the link and the article is below. Thank you Kim Stacey for printing the article and for being a necessary force for women (and men) … Continue reading

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