Talking about death isn’t easy. Some people just can’t do it because fear, superstition, manners or something else gets in the way.
While it’s easier to avoid awkward and potentially painful conversations in the short term, the long term consequences can be devastating, especially if a death occurs unexpectedly.
That’s where I step in. I have no problem talking about death, or uncomfortable related topics like health and finances. You invite everyone over for a family dinner, and I’ll help you get the conversation started. I’ll keep the conversation focused if it starts to veer off course and help answer questions from your loved ones about what it all means.
They say a spoonful of sugar helps, and I agree. Dinners can be accompanied by optional wine or whiskey tastings or desert flights.