Passport to a Happy Death

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iUniverse, Jan 1, 2004 - Family & Relationships - 136 pages
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It has often been said that the two things in life you can't avoid are death and taxes. While the IRS puts out numerous publications and there are CPAs and lawyers around every corner ready to dish out advice for the taxpayer, the best lawyer in the world can't get you out of dying. Death is the one trip we all take, with no tour guide or travel agent to hold our hand.

Diana Ingram has written a much needed and uncommonly positive book to help us deal with death, both our own and those closest to us. Her work as a grief counselor and hospice volunteer has given Ingram a unique view of our last journey, all of which, along with extensive research, she has brought to this guide. Covering all aspects of death from the practical to the personal, Passport includes information on legal preparations, funeral services, Hospice care and religion. Ingram has even included a workbook to help you through what can be a daunting process.

Passport to a Happy Death makes you think, prepare, and even laugh. Moreover it will help give peace of mind to both you and your loved ones. This is an altogether unique and useful read.

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