Things to Consider About Messages For Loved Ones
There are many possibilities to take advantage of this Section. Write your own death notice or just leave suggestions for content and anecdotes; Write a heartfelt letter of forgiveness; Craft individual letters to each of your children letting them each know what made them special; Remind a friend of a shared experience and how it made you happy; Create a video saying goodbye; etc. One Final Roadmap Member wrote his daughter after they had dinner one evening telling her how much he enjoyed her company and their conversation. He called us the next day to say just knowing that she will receive that letter after he dies was by itself worth getting Final Roadmap.
Most people leave instructions that their parting messages will be distributed immediately after death. Be yourself as they knew and loved you. Let them know what they meant to you, what you wish for them and what lessons you hope to leave with them.
Here’s a humorous example of how you might not want to leave a message after you’re gone:
How Final Roadmap Will Help You Prepare
Communicate Your Wishes for Preservation of Life
Designate a Healthcare Proxy to Carry Out Your Wishes
Ensure That Your Advance Directives are in Place
Control Hospice Care and What Happens to Your Organs
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