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How to Comfort Someone Who Is Grieving

Denial. Anger. Bargaining. Depression. Acceptance. While everyone deals with grief differently, those are the widely accepted stages of grief initially named by psychiatrist Elizabeth Kubler-Ross in 1969. At some point, everyone is going to personally deal with grief and possibly need to seek support—whether it be from a professional, family member, or friend.  Because grief […]

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How to Deal With Grief and Loss

Grief is much more than a natural reaction to losing a loved one. People also experience grief when they lose a pet or feel remorseful over a choice they were forced to make. A person may even experience grief when they retire after working all their life. The truth is that grief is a complicated […]

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What You Need to Know About the Cremation Process

Cremation is becoming an increasingly popular option for people who are starting their end-of-life planning. The cremation process is typically more affordable and environmentally friendly compared to a traditional burial. And, because the process itself isn’t as time-consuming as a burial, more time can be spent on planning the actual ceremony.  If you’re considering cremation […]

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