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What is your story? Every single person has been gifted with their own unique story which is only theirs to tell. Surprisingly, many of us diminish the inherent value in the worth of our personal stories. Failing to see the merit and beauty in sharing those most endearing reflections upon our lives, far too many stories are lost to the world. Bridging this gap in time is essential to the future, as I firmly believe that in order to know where you're going, you must know where you've come from, generationally speaking. There's power in knowing that your life, as you have lived, creates your personal story, with the passing of time to eventually stand as your legacy. Powerful, indeed! Considering the significance of your life, it's of great importance to become purposeful in writing your story. Resourceful and relevant, How to Live Forever, written by author Kimberly A. Best, RN, MA, establishes a constructive framework which dynamically celebrates you in the story of your life.
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How to Live Forever Dynamically Celebrated in the Story of Your Life
Consulting with families as a professional mediator, Kimberly Best, RN, MA has experienced the moments where final decisions concerning legal and health care choices regarding the death of a loved one have the power to bring people together or cause separations. Here's where a professional mediator is valuable as an neutral perspective useful as an end of life planning resource. Utilizing the guidelines of her book, How to Live Forever: A Guide to Writing the Final Chapter of Your Story, we are empowered to write out the final chapter of our lives.
Taking control of the narrative, we are guided along the process of purposefully directing our legacy with "clarity, courage, and compassion." As a single parent, there is an urgency to not only know that my children are provided for later in life, I want to make my preferences known to avoid the possibility of leaving difficult decisions for them to figure out in the midst of emotional moments.
About the Author
Kimberly Best is a professional conflict mediator, focusing on Conflict Coaching, Family Mediation and Elder Care Mediation in Franklin, Tennessee. She spent her early career as a Registered Nurse in intensive care, trauma, and emergency medicine, where she cared for people in extreme need and gained valuable experience in the medical system. Kim attended graduate school at the University of North Carolina Charlotte in Clinical/Community Psychology. She obtained a master’s degree in Conflict Management from Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tennessee. Kim also trained in Transformative Mediation at Hofstra University and Healthcare Mediation at the University of South Florida, and is a working member of the ACR Elder Mediation Professional Development Group. In addition, Kim is a loving mother of five and a grandmother of three energetic toddlers. She is passionate about helping others resolve conflicts in a productive, non-litigious way, and in finding the optimal solution to problems for all parties involved. Kim draws from her unique and diverse experiences and her love of learning to inform her work in conflict management.
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