I'm comfortable with talking about and planning for my own death, but my sister is the extreme opposite. My father has planned and paid for his own arrangements so that when he passes, all we have to do is grieve, not try to plan and come up with money for a funeral. I think that is a tremendous gift and I would like to do that for my daughter.
Anyway, I don't like to think about the whens/hows of death, but I can comfortably say it is going to happen someday and I could sit down and make arrangements for my medical wishes, wills, funeral plans...that sort of thing...but it would send my sister into a panic attack to do that much.
So how do you feel about it? Can you think about it? If not, what is your biggest anxiety about it? How it will happen? What will happen with your kids? That sort of thing?
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I can. I had to. In 1998 that I was told that I was going to die within a year.
(still here 11 year later..... na na na boo boo!)
Now I can't talk about my husband's.... I start crying every time.....
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