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F​uneral Planning Guide

Each and every single one of us will pass on one day. When people pass away, it is tradition to hold a funeral service in order for friends and loved ones to say their final goodbyes. Most funerals are arranged after the death of a person, and details are often overlooked. It is important that [...]

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​Write a Proper Condolence Letter

When someone you know experiences a loss through death, it is often hard to know how you can be of service to that person. It can be a very awkward experience because you want to be there for the person, but are unsure how. Many have found that writing a simple condolence letter can be [...]

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​Preparing for the Impending Death of a Loved One as the Holidays Draw Near

Experiencing an unexpected death can be quite difficult. However, when you know that death is expected, it can be just as difficult – perhaps, even more difficult. When you know that a loved one is facing imminent death, it is almost as if you are experiencing that loss on a daily basis. This is especially [...]

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​Coping with Suicide – A Brief Guide on Remaining Strong

We all find it very difficult when someone we are close to dies. We find it even more difficult when someone that we are close to takes his or her own life. Suicide is a sensitive subject, and even more so when we are dealing with it on a personal level. We may experience a [...]

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​Creative Solutions for Honoring Your Loved One’s Cremated Remains

When a loved one has passed on from this life, there are many immediate considerations that must be made. These include – but, are not at all limited to – planning the funeral, financial-based logistics, and whether or not to opt for interment or cremation. If you are reading this, it is quite likely that [...]

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​Seasonal Changes Often Result in Grief Related to Lost Loved Ones

When a loved one passes away, birthdays, anniversaries, holidays, and even seasons inevitably result in the memories of those loved ones coming to the surface. Naturally, this could lead to experiencing the grief of the loss all over again. That dark, sad, and immensely painful void of loss makes itself known – yet again. If the [...]

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​When a Loved One with Dementia No Longer Recognizes You

Dementia is a term that is broadly used to describe a specific category of diseases that result in the loss of the memory and the potentially rapid deterioration in cognitive/mental functions. This occurs when physical changes take place within the brain. Dementia is considered to be a progressive disease that will worsen as time progresses. Patients [...]

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​Cope with Your Terminal Diagnosis by Creating and Giving Keepsake Gifts to Your Loved Ones

Receiving a terminal diagnosis is a shocking experience for most – even when an illness is significant and the likelihood of receiving such news is high. If you are reading this, chances are, you have recently received a terminal diagnosis. If you have an interest in creating and giving keepsake gifts to the loved ones [...]

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​Picture Pendants Help Keep Memories Alive for Alzheimer’s Sufferers

Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive type of degenerative brain disease. The cell connections within the brain are lost as the sufferer advances through the disease. In most instances, individuals that are diagnosed with the condition are 65 years or older; however, early onset may occur as early as the 40s. It is difficult for patients [...]

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​The Rainbow Bridge Helps Pet Owners Through the Grieving Process – Part 2

We thank you for following our series, The Rainbow Bridge Helps Pet Owners Through the Grieving Process. In the first installment of this series, you learned that mourning the loss of a pet is a common and natural process. You were then introduced to The Rainbow Bridge, a poetic prose piece that was created in either [...]

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