"Caring for each other as we age"

Spiritual Ethical Wills &

Difficult Conversations

What are difficult conversation topics between seniors and their family members? Learn more about how to help yourself or friends explore important difficult conversation topics before a crisis makes it necessary.

This is one of the quarterly "Caring for Each Other" presentations

promoted by our Journey Together churches.


Wednesday, Nov. 8 - 1:30pm

Bethel Lutheran Church

will host our gathering

located at 7171 Pearl Rd in Middleburg Hts.

(Between Smith & Bagley Rds)


Spiritual Ethical Wills pass on wisdom and values to others. Discussing aging issues with the lens of our values helps create positive communication of difficult topics, such as living arrangements, finances, dating, end-of-life decisions and driving. Families can avoid years of heartache, tension and even legal battles with these types of discussions. Yet, research indicates that about two-thirds of American families put off these conversations, either because they are uncomfortable with the topics or they just don't know where to start. Statistics show that 34% of adults surveyed are conversation avoiders. That is, they haven't talked about any important end-of-life issues with their parents or children, or they have talked about just one issue.


Join us & bring a friend!


Questions contact Jill Koubal, Parish Nurse,

Christ the Redeemer Lutheran Church Brecksville - 440/526-2303







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