The unexpected traumatic illness and death of the primary matriarch or patriarchs of a family reminds us that all of us, no matter how much we've accomplished and what we've built for ourselves, our families, and society, we are all mortal, and in times of serious traumatic illness and death. Knowing this, of course, helps only a little in dealing with the grief and with the business decisions that must be made when a family member dies.
Whether it's the head of the family or another relative who's only indirectly connected to the family any death can disrupt the normal family orbit, causing the family stability to wobble off course. Widow's Mite knows from first hand personal experience that like joy, the exact opposite emotion, grief swamps our rational decision making and overturns our daily routines; but unlike joy, grief can linger long. How should surviving family members deal with such a powerful emotional event?
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