My Great Goodbye joins The Alliance for Senior Services
Death is an inevitable part of life. Yet Shari Haber of My Great Goodbye believes it could be better, if adults — especially Seniors and their Adult Children, or Baby Boomers and beyond, with and without children — would face the reality of their mortality, prepare and plan.
“Advance planning your own death isn’t morbid. It’s sensible, kind and gives you time to make choices that reflect what’s important to you in life and the lasting memory you want to leave,” Haber said. “It affords you more options than may be available when time is tight, and may save you money.”
You’ll also gain peace of mind knowing you’ve taken care of everything for yourself, and spared the bereaved possible stress from not knowing your preferences, “guessing while grieving” and related family conflicts.
And if you’re the designated Funeral Agent or Executor of someone’s estate, their Goodbye Plan can be the roadmap you’ll need to access their key documents, account information and final wishes.
The MGG Death Prep Session includes a Decisions and Documents Audit to help ensure that all your legal, financial, medical affairs — and your digital estate — are in order and recorded. It also can provide you with a curated overview of the many possibilities for a meaningful goodbye, so you can make an informed plan.
MGG is located in Bergen County, but Death Prep and Planning Sessions are available via video call so you can discuss your decisions and Goodbye options from the comfort of your own home.
Contact Shari to book your Session today, before a medical crisis or cognitive decline, and know that you’re good to go when it’s time to go!
Finally, a “better death” is becoming integral to the idea of a “well life.”
— 2019 Wellness Trends, from Global Wellness Summit