Bloomfield Hills, MI (PRWEB) August 25, 2006
Have you told your loved ones all they need to know – about your personal history, your life, your final wishes? Would they know where to find the necessary paperwork documenting your insurance policies, investments and bank accounts? Would they be prepared to make the medical, financial and legal decisions according to your wishes? Would they understand the life you lived and the legacy you would like to leave behind?
Grant Me My Final Wish: A Personal Journal to Simplify Life’s Inevitable Journey, written by Renata Marie Vestevich, makes recording your answers to these questions a gratifying experience. A guide to the practical and vital matters that death brings to the forefront, Grant Me My Final Wish gently assists readers in recognizing and expressing their desires.
Beautifully designed and clearly laid out, this journal compassionately helps readers to consider details large and small. It covers such topics as organ donation, care of pets, and memorial services. The book also gives readers space to share special memories, messages and photographs with family and friends.
The end of life is a fact for everyone, and no one knows when or where it will strike. But Vestevich offers a chance to celebrate life, approach its end with peace of mind, and ultimately, make saying good-bye easier for those who pass and those who are left behind.
"Grant Me My Final Wish" has recently been announced as a 2006 EVVY award winner in two categories.
"Grant Me My Final Wish" is available at Amazon.com, http://www.bellavitabooks.com, and at Baker & Taylor.
Excerpts of this book are available online at http://www.bellavitabooks.com
About the Author: Renata Marie Vestevich, a business owner in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, knows firsthand the chaos and confusion that can overwhelm survivors when a loved one passes away. When Vestevich was 17, her father died suddenly from a massive heart attack, leaving behind his 39-year-old wife to raise six children alone. Years later, at age 34, Vestevich’s sister-in-law lost her courageous battle against cancer. These experiences, as well as her professional involvement with cancer patients, have inspired the author to create this personal, compassionate and practical guide no one should be without.
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