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Hope during the Holidays: Coping with the Grief of a Life Lost (Part 1)

Coping with the grief of a life lost is a challenging endeavor; however, it is even more difficult to contend with during the holidays. It has been determined that individuals that experience the most difficult of bereavement are those that have been unable to invest a lot of thought into the problems that they will [...]

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Coping with the Loss of a Family Pet

Most of us share a strong, loving bond with our pets. It does not matter if you have an old tom cat, a prestigious breed of dog, a pet pig, or just a little pet turtle – if something happens to your animal, you are likely to experience some form of devastation, such as sadness. [...]

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​A Memorial Establishes Meaning for the Mourner, Who Has a Loved One That Has Been Cremated

In today’s world of economic hardships, financial turmoil, increasing costs, and excessive expenses, not everyone is able to purchase life insurance or save money for their final arrangements. According to most, the only thing that is worse than experiencing a lifetime of money troubles is passing away with the inability to cover the “final” bill [...]

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Give the Gift of Your “Personal Touch” This Holiday Season

As the holiday season approaches, we are all scrambling to find the perfect gift for our loved ones. This year, why not take the hassle of holiday gift-buying by electing to give the gift of your “personal touch” by providing your loved one with the gift of your fingerprint? While it may sound a little [...]

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