How to avoid life’s greatest regret
Watching this will make you want to hug everyone you love most.
Image: via Youtube/KollaxHD

It can happen suddenly- too often, it does: Death may come in the form of an illness or an accident, or simply the body’s failure to cope with growing old. It can happen to kids and the elderly unbiased ruthlessness. Whether death comes as a shock or as part of an anticipated outcome of a period of sickness, people often comment that they wish they’d expressed their love for the person who is no longer to hear the words.

This moving video reminds us all of the importance of being expressive towards our loved ones:

Via: KollaxHD/Youtube

Here are some tips for families dealing with grief:

On the death of a child

A child’s grief

How often do you tell your kids (and other family members and friends) that you love them?

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