When we lose a love one, you will get feelings, for example:- moment of loss, confusion, emptiness, feeling alone, uncontrollable crying, anger, the question of "why". But understand you are not alone with what your experiencing. Remembering we are all different.
Talk to family and friends:-
I offer you full professional service, time when we meet, and help you step by step in making your love ones service, a service of celebration; life should be celebrated, the time of life, work, relationships, hobbies and so much more. I strongly believe we all should tell family members or the next of kin, what you would like in your service, as we hear the word dying or funeral and most of us, just turn away and say "I don't want to talk about that" or "your going to live forever", "stop talking like that;" but sadly we will all pass away, so make sure if you wish to have a special theme, or a live dvd to play of you at your service, then share it because you want people to remember you as you were. This is a time to show respect, love, and full support. Please remember this is life. And emotions run high when the time comes.
Donor or Not
To be an organ donor or not......
Spend time talking to your family/love ones, so they are fully aware of what you are wishing for. This has not being an easy decision to help others; but what a great gift to those in need. Keeping your life going with someone in need of an organ is the best lasting gift anyone could give a stranger.