A one-of-a-kind practical guide to making the tough decisions parents and their adult children inevitably face

It was a rite of passage for you to have the Talk with your kids about the beginning of life (as in the birds and the bees). As you get older, you need to have the Other Talk–about the later years of life. And you need to have it now, not after a crisis hits.

The Other Talk helps you take control of your life so when the time comes, your kids can make decisions based on what you want. This groundbreaking guide provides the practical advice and inspiration you need to have open, honest discussions about subjects that can be difficult to talk about.

Unlike other books that help adult children who are suddenly thrust into a decision-making role, The Other Talk gives you the tools to develop a strong partnership with your kids to plan for the rest of your life.

  • Who will manage your finances and how will you budget for unknown needs?
  • Where can your children find important documents they will need to help?
  • Where will you live if you need assistance?
  • What type of medical treatments do you want–and not want–and who will advocate for your needs?

The Other Talk helps you address and answer these and other questions in a calm, measured way–freeing you up to enjoy your life and your family.

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September 24th, 2017

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  • Jamie R. Nelson says:

    Important Planning Book Because Your Death May Be A Lengthy & Costly Process I GIVE COPIES OF THIS BOOK TO FRIENDS & RECOMMEND THEY DO THE SAME: Father died of lung cancer in one short summer, cared for & dying at his home. Father’s death was stunningly quick. But a blessing. Mother died of lung cancer after having Alzheimer’s several years, cared for in multiple states in her 2 daughters’ homes, hospitals, nursing home, & hospice. Mother’s was a lengthy death with horrible mental confusion (a hard-on-her, harder-on-her daughters situation that she struggled…

  • MJ says:

    BUY this book This is an important book for just about anyone. It discusses the importance of talking about the last years of your life. It tells you what to organize and collect to help those left behind. You must have the discussion about what care you want and how you want items to be handled. Situations, for example, whether you should continue driving are discussed. It places heavy emphasis on the consequence of not discussing these issues. I recommend this book for parent and child alike. If you…

  • Angela Pearman says:

    Must Read…Everyone! This book is a must read for…well….everyone. Because we’re all going to age (unless we die young) and no matter what your situation, chances are that someone younger will need to help you. This is a great conversation starter. As the author makes clear, it needs to be an ongoing conversation with your loved ones. And it doesn’t have to be morbid and sad. Think of it as a gift to your children to share with them details that will make things easier for them when the time comes that you…

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