How To Help Others At A Cremation Service

When you are grieving the loss of a loved one who had a big heart for helping others, it can be hard to imagine the person taking a break from doing good. Going to the crematory can be hard when you are thinking of the vibrant spirit of a charity-minded loved one. The good news is that you can continue to follow the person's lead when you make the choice to help others at the cremation service. [Read More]

How Grief Counseling Can Help A Teen Get Back On Track Academically

No matter how much a teenager may wish that he or she didn't feel anything, emotions are an inevitable part of the human experience. While emotions are ever-present in human beings of all ages, they can seem more severe and overwhelming to teenagers. When teens experience a loss, their grief can feel even more deeper and unbearable because they likely haven't developed great coping skills to handle those complex feelings yet. [Read More]

3 Ways To Make Your Loved One's Funeral More Memorable And Special

Most people do not enjoy attending funerals, let alone having to plan one for a loved one, but this is a part of life that cannot be avoided or prevented. If you are currently planning a funeral for a close relative and are trying to make the funeral day as special as possible, you may want to find a few ideas to use to make this event special. There are many different things you can do to achieve this, and here are some of the common options people use to make funerals more memorable and special. [Read More]

The Do's And Don'ts Of Setting Up A Photo Display At A Funeral Service

When you are preparing for a funeral, you may be longing for ways to celebrate the life of your lost loved one. It's only natural to want to do justice to a life well-lived with how you remember someone who had a special place in your life. One way that you can pay homage to the person while also providing comfort for fellow mourners is a photo display. Here are some do's and don'ts for setting up the display at your loved one's funeral. [Read More]