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Message from CEO and President Anthony S. Falco:

“Death”. Not many words elicit more emotions and thoughts. In recognition of October 31 and our custom of celebrating, observing and participating in Halloween I have decided to talk about death. As an aside how did I associate Halloween and death? Do I believe death is spooky and scary? Am I one of the many that are “afraid to death of talking about death”, do I look at death as the end or the beginning of something else? (Full disclosure, I personally try to avoid the word death and the many negative connotations of the word. I prefer the word “pass” as in left this realm and passed to a much better and eternal place). 

In this month’s newsletter we included spiritual ways to talk and or think about death (see, “Learning to live by talking about death”) and practical ways (See www.dyingmatters.org, “Talking about death and dying”) and an article by estate planning attorney Anastashia Kamberidis “Post mortem: when you need an attorney and when you do not” as well as an article by Joseph Reardon Keohane Funeral Home “Pre-planning: Avoid the Rush”. Although death and taxes are the only certainties in life, I really wanted to add an article for those searching for the fountain of youth and either will not die or will at least try to delay it. I turned to my holistic health mentor Dr. Ann Doggett of Wholebody Solutions to give an overview of proven ways to improve our immune system, fend off disease and generally live a healthy and happy life.

Lastly as it is October 31, I must acknowledge that today is my lovely wife Suzanne Falco’s birthday. HAPPY BIRTHDAY. Clearly at our home, Halloween is about birth not death!
In this issue:
Deathwives, Death Cafes And Death Doulas. Learning To Live By Talking About Death

“To die will be an awfully big adventure.” Even Peter Pan, the mischievous little boy who refuses to grow up but rather spends his never-ending childhood adventuring on the island of Neverland, attempted to see death in a positive light...
Why Are We Afraid Of Death
To Talking About Death

What to say, how to say it and where to find help.

It's not always easy to know how to talk to about dying. Awkwardness, embarrassment, and fear means we tend to shy away from connecting with those who...
Post Mortem: When You Need An
Attorney And When You Don't

When a loved one passes away, next steps are often unclear to families. Very often, we receive calls asking “what do I do next?” Most of the time, the answer is simple: take this time to grieve. Barring extenuating circumstances, there usually is no immediate...
Pre-Planning: Avoid The Rush

Advance funeral planning is a safe way to protect your family from the emotional and financial burden of having to make funeral arrangements after someone has died.

For those who aren't ready to make a financial...
The Fountain of Youth — Dr. Ann’s Top Three Recommendations To Age Gracefully

80 percent of people over the age of 65 will experience one disease of aging, and 60 percent of people will
experience two. Diabetes, Dementia, Osteoporosis, Heart Disease, Cancer. Scientists versed in the use of plants for delaying or preventing specific diseases...
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*Senior Resource Center, Inc. (SRC) and its employee are not registered investment advisors, nor do we offer or sell securities.
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