Discussion Assignment 4.1

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    zane
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    As we get older we will be faced with the death of friends and family (and of course, our own). Many people are completely shattered by the death of someone close and have no-one they can talk to. So this assignment is to share an experience of yours – your sharing may help someone else.

    My experience of the death of someone close was … 

    A Note about the Blog Assignments in this Section:

    Because thinking about death is something we tend to shy away from, it would be very easy to look at these Modules and have really good intentions of getting “a round tuit” – and then not do it!

    But this section is like doing your Tax Return – you have to do it sometime. So do it before penalties apply. In the case of your death, it is your family who will pay the “penalty” if you don’t do it.

    So the Assignments will assume that you have taken the necessary action and will ask you to “talk” about what came up for you / what you found difficult / what you’ve avoided.

    The role of the programme will be to nudge you into completing the tasks – once done, you and your family can get on with having a blast in your retirement .

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