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Questions You May Ask Yourself After a Death

Posted on December 21, 2020 by admin | Leave a comment
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Losing a loved one is something that can have huge repercussions physically and psychologically for those who have been left behind. One of the things that you may be experiencing as you handle the loss is lots of questions to which you do not have the answers. This can make the process of healing take […]

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Tips for Putting a Care Package Together

Posted on December 7, 2020 by admin | Leave a comment
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Offering someone who is dealing with the death of a loved one a care package can be a very thoughtful thing to do. You want to make certain that the person feels like people are thinking of them and that they can get the kind of support that they need to get through this difficult […]

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How to Cope with a Child’s Death

Posted on November 16, 2020 by admin | Leave a comment
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Losing a child is a terrible thing to go through and most people do not know how to even begin to cope through that. You may feel helpless and you may not even know how to process the loss in a healthy manner. If this is something that you and your family are going through, […]

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What to Know About Mausoleums

Posted on November 2, 2020 by admin | Leave a comment
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If you are thinking of placing your loved one to rest in a mausoleum, it can help to know a bit about the process and what you can expect. Mausoleums are a great option for many families but you do want to make certain that it is the right one for you and your loved […]

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Etiquette for Visitations

Posted on October 19, 2020 by admin | Leave a comment
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There are many options that families can choose for their loved one who has passed away and one of these options is to have a visitation before the funeral or memorial service. A visitation is mainly for the family of the deceased to be able to greet friends and family and it can be the […]

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