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Dealing With Grief Through The Holidays

Dealing With Grief Through The Holidays The holidays are typically a stressful time no matter what your celebration may look like. Dealing with the loss of a loved one is extremely difficult and when time seems to pass too fast without them, honoring yourself and your emotions to get through the difficult times is necessary, […]

How To Honor The 20th Anniversary of 9/11 in Your Community

This year is the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks that killed more than 2,000 people and injured more than 6,000. That day, though traumatic and heartbreaking, brought many Americans together and many would say it was the most patriotic they’ve seen The United States in the days following. To this day, many people […]

How Long Can You Wait to Cremate?

Funerals are difficult to plan, and most people think that they need to happen within days after the person has passed. Don’t you wish you could just take some time to figure things out before rushing into it all? Especially when the death of the person was unexpected, it can be overwhelming to rush into […]

Who Pays for a Funeral?

When someone in your family passes away, there are many things that need to be attended to. First and foremost, if they haven’t planned their final expenses, then their funeral needs to be planned and paid for. This can be a burden for some families, as the average funeral can cost upwards of $10,000, and […]

How To Honor Your Late Dad On Father’s Day

Father’s Day is quickly approaching, and for those who have lost their dad’s, this holiday can be devastating and emotional. It’s completely normal to feel sad during this time, but you also may be wondering about ways you can honor him this year. Starting a yearly tradition to honor him can be not only comforting […]

With Deepest Sympathy: How to Write the Perfect Condolence Letter

It’s often hard to know what to say to someone who has just experienced the loss of a loved one. However, a grieving person will always be touched to know that people are thinking of them in their time of sorrow. A sympathy letter can be a great comfort and is the perfect way to […]

Using Facebook to Honor the Departe
Using Facebook to Honor the Departed

News about the death of a friend or loved one is something that each of us reacts to differently. We may spend days, weeks, or even months reliving the moments we had with them. Often, we are left full of questions. It seems unreal to think that we’ll never be able to add to those […]

Final Expense Planning: Understanding Your Options

The last thing that most people want to talk about, and much less plan, are their final expenses. With the average cost of funerals steadily increasing, it shouldn’t be left on the backburner or for loved ones to figure out when the time comes. Having a plan would not only help your family, but it […]

How Best to Remember

Arranging a funeral can leave the most capable and organized of us floundering. It’s one of those things that we never think about, hoping that, for many reasons, we won’t ever have to deal with. However, if you do ever find yourself in the position of having to deal with the funeral arrangements of a […]

Etiquette for Visiting a Cemetery

Whether a cemetery is a separate space or tied to a church, the ground is sacred to someone. If you’re there for a graveside service, you know just how precious that plot of land is to you and your loved ones, and every other marker is an indicator of loss, pain and grief. Carefully monitor […]

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