Organising a funeral is never a subject that is easily discussed, as it involves tackling a question that is considered to be taboo.
Yet one of the fears of those who do address the issue is that their loved ones will be spared the burden of making preparations for their death. This is the main reason, according to those concerned, to ensure that the family, and children in particular, do not have to worry about this burden. Since the period of mourning is itself a source of stress and sadness, the aim of people taking out a provident policy is to ease the mental burden associated with the death of a parent.
From a certain age onwards, this issue often becomes more prominent. Because the anxiety of having to leave the organisation of the funeral after one’s death is very real.
What will happen immediately after the death?
Who will be in charge of the difficult choices to be made during this period?
How can we ensure that the last wishes are fully respected?
Can the grief and trauma of one’s own death ensure that one’s wishes for the funeral are fully realised?
The choice of coffin, the place of burial, the conditions of burial or cremation are just some of the factors to be taken into account.
People who have taken out a provident contract are unanimous: preparing for one’s departure helps to relieve this anxiety and reduce the stress that these questions necessarily entail. As soon as the contract is finalised and signed, this subscription allows you to put this question aside and enjoy life to the full.