As human beings, we all spend a tremendous amount of time and energy worrying. In many cases, the sources of our worry are about future unknowns and things that we feel as though we have little to no control over or power to affect. This is often especially the case when it comes to issues and concerns related to end-of-life matters.
For many people, even thinking about drafting a will or a health-care directive produces severe anxiety as both revolve around attempting to plan for unknown and uncontrollable circumstances. In reality, when it comes to one's future care and end-of-life matters, there are many things that an individual can plan for and have control over. What's more, taking steps today to plan for one's future healthcare needs and the distribution of one's personal belongings and assets takes a tremendous amount of pressure off of a surviving spouse and children.
Comments: Leave a comment