Bridges Washington is a project manager, teacher, software engineer, and the author of a new novel, Death and Taxes: Fallout from the Baby Boom. In Bridges' first title, he discusses just how all-consuming the impending death of those closest can become, and offers suggestions to navigate the issues based upon his experience handling three generations of death. Ultimately his first title aims to ease the headaches that accompany the heartaches associated with the death of family.
Death and Taxes: Fallout from the Baby Boom
Death and Dying
Death and Taxes: Fallout from the Baby Boom reveals the depth of the looming eldercare crisis. We all face many challenges beyond the size of the demographic that has begun aging into their 70s. Fewer children born to subsequent generations, a growing age gap between generations, and life expectancy all serve to complicate the eldercare issue.
While ignorance may be bliss, denial regarding death is just unnatural. It will happen to us all and quite likely before most of us are ready. The correct conversations and documentation can make a difficult situation easier for all as we handle the fallout from the baby boom.