When individuals and families choose to be death positive, it means the needs of the dying, or the dead, along with the family, comes first.
There are many reasons as to why being Death Positive is so important -
Most people, if they talk about it, want to experience death, dying and grief, in a healthier manner.
People also want to be more involved in the death of their loved ones, which means they want to be able to approach these life events with compassion and love.
In addition to, being Death Positive means taking a proactive role in learning as much as you can so that you can make more informed decisions.
Relieve as much anxiety as possible through a thorough, and calm, exploration of your relationship to death, so you can take time needed to outline medical and after death care wishes.
Leaving concrete and direct legal paperwork for your loved ones, reduces their anxiety, because they understand they are following up on your wants.
Take the opportunity to discover what you, and your loved ones, personal preferences and wishes are.
Take the time to discuss with loved ones, making sure they are comfortable with following through on what brings you peace and comfort.
Truly understand that by getting involved now, before a crisis, and gaining end-of-life knowledge, you are going to help ease the minds of the loved ones that are with you until the end.