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How to Prepare for a Eulogy

Have you been asked to deliver a eulogy? If you’re not comfortable with giving speeches, or if this is your first time delivering one, then you probably are finding yourself stressed out and overwhelmed. This is completely understandable after the death of a loved one. And it’s ok. We’ve got you covered in this post....READ MORE


Handling Grief: How to Find Comfort After a Suicide

Losing someone to death is never an easy process, but the grief process after a loss to suicide is very complex. The shock and grief that comes with hearing the news can be so overwhelming, especially if you were close with the person. If you have lost a loved one this way, here are some things to remember that you ma...READ MORE


What to Expect When Making Final Arrangements

On the days after your loved one passes, you most likely are faced with the responsibility of meeting with a funeral home and making the final arrangements. However, given the current state of emotions you are in, you probably find it a struggle just to get by. If you feel that the shock and grief of losing someone cl...READ MORE


How to Successfully Plan A Memorable Ash-Scattering Ceremony

As the popularity of cremation has increased over the last few decades, more and more people have felt the need to include a meaningful ritual alongside it. A traditional funeral with the body present isn’t all that common when it comes to cremation. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t have a memorial service that se...READ MORE


Choosing the Right Cemetery — 4 Things to Consider

Among the many things that you’d need to take care of after a death is choosing the right cemetery for your loved one. The choice of cemetery or burial option can be pre-arranged by the deceased before their death, but other times it’s up to the family of the loved one to choose a cemetery. And like any other arrangem...READ MORE

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