Few people want to spend time thinking about passing away. Of course, loved ones would rather not contemplate it either. At the same time, one lasting legacy that you can leave for your family is to make the time after your death as stress-free as possible. You can do this by making sure that your family knows how to access your property and any other benefits that you might leave behind. The right planning will help with difficult questions even after you're not there to answer them.
There’s no easy way around the grief when a beloved friend, family member or life partner passes away. Although everyone moves through the various stages of healing in their own time and their own way, taking a proactive and creative approach to the mourning process can often lessen the intense feelings of loss and helplessness.
Funerals are always difficult, even if they are the celebratory kind. They’re always seemingly uncomfortable, but know this: it's this way for everyone. Attending funerals isn't about you anyway, but about the benefits of the experience, if only you will allow it.