PEACE OF MIND FOR LOVED ONES 
 PEACE OF MIND FOR LOVED ONES 
You already know what it feels like to lose someone you love.

Following the death of a loved one, surviving family members need space to process their grief. Even if a relative’s passing was anticipated, everyone should have the freedom to mourn a loss in a manner that both honors the deceased and paves the way for their own healing.

Yet for millions of people, that privilege is out of reach.  


 There is a short window of time following a person’s death when numerous arrangements of significant importance require immediate attention and action. 

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nically, the people who are burdened with these responsibilities are often those who are hardest hit by the death itself.  They are expected to make decisions when they are at the height of their grief.

 Unfortunately, it means the bereaved are at their most vulnerable emotionally, and are often ill-equipped to make informed logistical and tactical decisions. 


What is the result? The weight of their grief is exacerbated by the stress of administrative and operational duties. For many people, the additional duress can be so significant, it eclipses the grief over the death itself. 

The travesty is that the majority of this stress is avoidable.

How? 

You already know what it feels like to lose someone you love.

Following the death of a loved one, surviving family members need space to process their grief.

Even if a relative’s passing was anticipated, everyone should have the freedom to mourn a loss in a manner that both honors the deceased and paves the way for their own healing.

Yet for millions of people, that privilege is out of reach.  


  There is a short window of time following a person’s death when numerous arrangements of significant importance require immediate attention and action.  
 
Ironically, the people who are burdened with these responsibilities are often those who are hardest hit by the death itself. 

They are expected to make decisions when they are at the height of their grief.
 
Unfortunately, it means the bereaved are at their most vulnerable emotionally, and are often ill-equipped to make informed logistical and tactical decisions. 
 
What is the result? The weight of their grief is exacerbated by the stress of administrative and operational duties.

For many people, the additional duress can be so significant, it eclipses the grief over the death itself. 


The travesty is that the majority of this stress is avoidable.

How?  

By having a plan

– a literal playbook –

that can be followed step-by-step without guesswork.



By assembling your own playbook, you are proactively eliminating unnecessary stress from the shoulders of the bereaved.

This system provides the resources and the structure needed to give surviving family members the gift of peace of mind when it’s needed most.

By assembling your own playbook, you are proactively eliminating unnecessary stress from the shoulders of the bereaved.

This system provides the resources and the structure needed to give surviving family members the gift of peace of mind when it’s needed most.

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PEACE OF MIND FOR YOU
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