“Wait – Don’t Die Yet!: A complete guide to all things no one really wants to think about (but everyone needs to know!) before, during, and after a loved one’s passing” by Annette Kam has been released worldwide. This 203-page guidebook is both step-by-step instruction and an intimate account of the author’s loss of loved ones.
Undertaking it as a personal mission to share the valuable lessons she’s learned, Kam presents critical steps for preparing the affairs of a dying loved one. By following the carefully organized instructions, readers will understand the overlooked components of proper preparation, and save themselves from the additional heartache of confusion while grieving a loved one’s death.
Rooted in a career in nursing and the harrowing years following the passing of her in-laws, Annette Kam provides a heartfelt and moving perspective, while also being informative and practical. The book offers fillable sections for interactive reading, important guidance on technical details, and ultimately, peace of mind.Many believe that a will, power of attorney, trust, and some necessary “paperwork” are all it takes, but Annette Kam shows how much more there is to know.
WAIT – Don’t Die Yet! (ISBN: 9781735793405 / 9781735793412) can be purchased through retailers worldwide, including barnesandnoble.com and Amazon. The paperback retails for $16.79. The hardcover retails for $25.07. Wholesale orders are available through IngramSpark. Free digital copies are available with an email address submission at www.annettekam.com.
About the book:
WAIT – Don’t Die Yet! is a complete guide to all things no one really wants to think about (but everyone needs to know!) before, during, and after a loved one’s passing. It is a step-by-step guide for adult children and spouses who are either preparing for their own death or someone else’s. The author takes the reader on her 2-year heart wrenching journey of dealing with unknowns regarding the passing of her beloved in-laws in hopes of educating others to avoid what she went through, much of which could have been addressed ahead of time. She honestly believed they had their affairs “in order” as all the necessary legal paperwork was done. She shares her compelling story of the overwhelming difficult lessons she learned along the way and uses the knowledge she gained and incorporates them into a comprehensive guidebook that includes not only basic requirements, but also all the things that no one thinks about – all the necessary tasks you need to complete before, during, and after death. The guidebook section is a comprehensive tool that empowers rather than depresses you and this helpful approach allows readers to deal with the practicalities of death while offering hands-on guidance to make sure they have time to grieve.
About the author:
Annette loves helping people in all arenas of life where situations seem hopeless: whether physical, emotional, spiritual, or financial. She served as a postpartum nurse for 42 years at Kapiolani Medical Center in Honolulu and was also the founder of iFoG, a nonprofit organization serving fibromyalgia sufferers and offering them hope. Today, her mission is to educate the public with this message: although death is inevitable, by addressing certain specific needs, it need not be feared. Knowing this, she readily shares what she has learned and is eager to pass on this information to you.
Annette lives in Waipahu, Hawaii and enjoys playing tennis and pickleball, reading her Bible, cooking gourmet meals, and visiting her daughter and six grandchildren in Indiana.
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