This is the second blog post of a two-part series on “Planning for the Inevitable.” Part 1 can be found here.
The loss of a loved one is emotionally devastating on many levels. The best defense against uncertainty and stress is to lean on existing family and social and professional relationships for support.
Preparing for one’s own eventual demise or the loss of a loved one can be emotionally exhausting. If starting the conversation seems difficult, you’re not alone. According to the Kaiser Family Foundation (2017) and The Conversation Project National Survey (2018):