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A Guide to Preparing for the End of Life

eBook - 2010
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One of the few things in life that's certain is death—and here's a realistic, practical, and even humorous book about preparing for it. From cremation (Making an Ash of Yourself) to funeral plans (“Plan and Plot Your Own Demise) to choosing executors and dealing with family relationships, media figure Jo Myers covers it all. It's sure to appeal to boomers caring for aging parents and anyone else who needs help approaching this not-so-easy-to-talk-about subject.
Publisher: New York, NY : Sterling, c2010
ISBN: 9781402783760
Characteristics: 1 online resource (ix, 212 p.)


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Jun 10, 2013

This was not a book I expected to be a fast read. What a surprise! Jo Myers covers "end of life" issues in a practical manner with lots of examples from her own experiences. Chapter titles like "Affluent Aunt with Alzheimer's", "Let's Put the Fun Back in Funeral", and "Death is Quite an Undertaking" set the tone for the contents. The glossary at the end sheds light on death-related terms, especially about the funeral home industry.


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