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Jul 22, 2022

Navigating the maze of responsibilities following a death can be overwhelming. can help. The Empathy founders know that loss-related tasks are many, ranging from writing an obituary to closing out business accounts and subscriptions.  On the Empathy website, you’ll find resources to help with choosing a funeral home and celebrant, writing a eulogy, and dealing with issues related to the will.  Empathy Care Specialists are available to offer guidance and services to walk through the items that need to be completed after a death.  They can even help with writing an obituary. On the Empathy app, there’s grief and bereavement support to ease the hard emotions that come with a loss, including a grief journal.  On the days when grief feels overwhelming, listen to Empathy’s brief mindfulness-based guided meditations that support grievers through those hard emotions.  Empathy offers services for individuals, insurers, and employers.  

Interested in anthropologist Anita Hannig’s book The Day I Die: The Untold Story of Assisted Dying in America?  Purchase your copy here or here.

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