A grief counselor can help you sort through your feelings after the death of your loved one. It’s very natural to feel upset. Here are a few things you should consider.
Explaining death to a young child is never easy. You might be tempted to soften the meaning. However, that will only lead to confusion.
Whether you’re hosting a cremation service or a traditional funeral, it’s important to write a good eulogy. Read this post for hints when you’re ready to start writing.
Finding the right funeral home isn’t easy. You may be overwhelmed with grief. If you or someone you know is in the throes of heavy grief, read this post for ideas on how to be supportive.
When your spouse dies, it’s time to leap into action. You have to think about the funeral, the reception, alerting the rest o the family. It’s a lot of work, but this post will help break it down.
Funeral etiquette isn’t easy. You might have questions about what you need to. Should you bring flowers? Something to eat? This post explains what you need to know.
Planning a cremation service is never fun. However, it doesn’t have to be stressful. You can create a worthy event for your loved one. Keep reading for a few tips.
Your family suffers after you experience an important death. It’s a life-changing event. The experience will be easier if you work with a funeral director. Here’s why.
When someone is cremated, their survivors can keep their ashes. An urn is a vessel designed to hold the ashes. Different design styles have different meanings. Here’s what they are.
When you’re invited to a funeral, you may question if you should go. After all, it’s an emotional event. If you need reasons to attend, read this post. It doesn’t need to be an emotional decision.