In business, success is not a result of luck; it is the result of careful planning. This is true for all aspects of life—paying for college, buying a home, starting a family. Yet, when it comes to planning for critical medical incidents or the end of life, too many people put off even thinking about the topic. While most people trust their loved ones to make decisions on their behalf, they don’t realize what a burden this might be. Jamee Wetzel, a critical incident stress responder and grief facilitator with a master’s degree in family ministry, states that “Most...Read More
Author: Rebecca Wetzel
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