Death Cafe Resource Library
FuneralPartner is a new tool to help people create and share funeral items and memorials - Obituaries, Funeral Programs, Eulogies, Cards, Tribute Slideshow, and a lasting Memorial Page.
You can use FuneralPartner to prepare a funerral in advance. It's easy to use and you can share what you create through email and social media and print what you need.
FuneralPartner is a great new tool that empowers people to think about and arrange a funeral and memorial.
Cake is a free digital tool that helps you proactively discover, store, and share your end-of-life preferences with loved ones.
Create or upload important planning documents, including:
- a health care proxy
- a living will
- an advance care plan
- a will
- a funeral plan
- a legacy plan
Your preferences and documents are stored securely in a HIPAA-compliant cloud so they can be accessed whenevver and wherever they may be needed.
Share your profile with loved ones to make sure they know what is important to you, and to make it easier for them to tie up loose ends after you're gone.
Planning is gift to yourself and your ...
We have a website that allows people to plan for their funeral, to be remembered how they want to be. It's a free service to use. We want people to be able to have the crucial conversations, in a way that makes it easy to share with their loved ones. People can also choose how to plan for their life with lots of bucket list ideas.
We also have lots of blogs around dying which can be found here: https://www.huunuu.com/blog/ and we interview people in the business too.
Hope this is of some interest to you and your followers.
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Plan for tomorrow - please don't wait - it may be too late! This link will allow you to download a free Advanced Information pack that I designed following the deaths of 4 relatives for which I was executor. Completion of this document will be a gift to your family and will be essential if you have a serious illness, dementia, stroke and when you die. It can be completed on-line and saved on to a USB drive, or printed and then completed by hand. 1000's have been downloaded over last 12 months.
The purpose of this booklet is to detail recommendations of good practices in relation to maternal grief and bereavement in search of establishing a dialogue about the loss, breaking the taboo and the silence about grief.The objective is also to help all the mothers that go through this tragedy to have access to information on the course of the grieving process in a practical and easy-to-understand way, which will help them to become more aware of their needs and their feelings, stimulating an improvement in the quality of life after the loss and thus preventing complications associated with mourning. We also intend to emphasize the importance of social and family ties in the process, awakening empathy and helping them to better understand the needs of these mothers so that they can succeed in getting the new reality adapted.
My family loved me very much ,
and taught me well to share,
And I am able yet to give,
though I am not there,
Mourn me not my family;
my spirits still in you,
The lesson that you taught so well
gives work I love to do
I hope that you find comfort in my memory
The work I do helps someone to live –
My greatest legacy.
Daniel Mark Extrom
Quote ;“I think you should automatically donate your organs because that would turn the balance of organ donation in a huge way. I would donate whatever anybody would take, and i`d probably do the cremation bit” George Clooney
Quote; “She`s keeping three people alive at the moment; her heart, her kidneys and her liver. It`s terrific. And I think she would be very thrilled and please by that.” Actor; Liam Neeson
Posted by Josefine Speyer on Feb. 12, 2018, 6:29 p.m.
Judith Voirst provides excellent guidance regarding the view of death as an exception to living and rather offers the view that death is yet another experience which must be sustained by life. Voirst offers the perspective that we suffer losses daily - that loss is not an exception to life but very much part of living.
One of the most important psychological studies of the late twentieth century, On Death and Dying grew out of Dr. Elisabeth Kübler-Ross's famous interdisciplinary seminar on death, life, and transition. In this remarkable book, Dr. Kübler-Ross first explored the now-famous five stages of death: denial and isolation, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance.
Posted by Kathleen W on April 3, 2017, 11:22 a.m.
"It is the impermanence of life that gives us perspective. As we come in contact with life's precarious nature, we also come to appreciate its preciousness. Then we don't wan to wast a minute... Death is a good companion on the road to living well and dying without regrets."
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