HERE TODAY! GONE TODAY!
Sudden Departure Syndrome
Ten (10) Tips for Organizing Your Life Before Checking Out
Lives can be cut shockingly short at any given time, with grieving families and friends left behind. We seem to be living and experiencing many sudden departures of friends, family, loved ones. Days do not go by without a reminder of our vulnerabilities depicted in these life events with many adding to the list of those who succumbed to sudden departure syndrome...the jury are out as to whether people had organized their lives and left a road map for their loved ones:
- Michael Jackson
- Haiti earthquake
- Gulf of Mexico oil spill
- Brazil air disaster
- Pakistan Floods
- Japan Tsunami and Earthquake
- Recent Tornadoes in Alabama, Oklahoma, Missouri
- Not to mention ongoing wars, conflicts, other disasters...
Here Today! Gone Today!
This book was created to help us carry on with our lives when loved ones suddenly depart, or in the event that we depart suddenly, so that families and loved ones would have a road map. In the book, testimonials are given by those who experienced the sudden departure of loved ones and who are now living their lives by enjoying each moment, thus and living lives fully.Disasters and emergencies are a way of life and are being dealt with as a matter of national security. However, we should consider being empowered to deal with them by addressing our own individual security and that of our loved ones.
This book was created to help us carry on with our lives when loved ones suddenly depart, or in the event that we depart suddenly, so that families and loved ones would have a road map. In the book, testimonials are given by those who experienced the sudden departure of loved ones and who are now living their lives by enjoying each moment, thus and living lives fully.
“I had just seen my friend the day before and we had a great discussion going over old times. He was just settling down into retirement and was planning a trip to his country in three months. Imagine my surprise to learn the following day that he had died of a heart attack. And the drama was that he lived alone in Canada, his wife was in California and his daughter in New York…and no one knew where he kept anything….” GM, Toronto, Canada
" I have been impressed by your article (book) entitled: " Sudden Departure Syndrome" and I am sharing it with other UN Staff Members of the Peace Keeping Mission in Democratic Republic of Congo (MONUC) as well as with D.R.C. Government Institutions and bilingual Universities." JM, Congo
Losing anything can be painful. But, after a significant loss of a family member, friend, colleague, even finances as has happened to many during the economic collapse of many portfolios and investment, you may experience all kinds of difficult and surprising emotions, such as shock, anger, and guilt. Sometimes it may feel like the sadness will never let up. While these feelings can be frightening and overwhelming, they are normal reactions to loss.
What matters however is how we come out of the pain or the sadness we feel. And the challenge is to come out knowing that ALL WILL BE WELL thus permitting yourself to heal.
There is no right or wrong way to grieve — but there are healthy ways to cope with the pain. It will subside.
SUDDEN DEPARTURE SYNDROME provides you with tips on what to do to organize your daily affairs and gives you tips and affirmations on living in the now, in the present, fully
MAKING a road map of our affairs relieves us of the stress of wondering and frees us up to go about our lives with less stress.
As Abraham Maslow, Psychologist said “One can choose to go back toward safety or forward toward growth. Growth must be chosen again and again; fear must be overcome again and again.”
Complete the Ten Tips in this book - and once you've recorded the information, you'll finally be free to live your life!
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Within the pages are given the documents, papers, information that are needed to help us organize our lives for any eventuality
Within the pages are also affirmations for living in the now - as we Live Our Dash.
How are you living your dash-?*
We plan neither our birth or death, but we can plan the way we live in between, our dash*
*Your dash is the time you spend between your date of birth and the date you check out.
Source: The Dash Poem (Linda Ellis)