Three Ways A Funeral Home Can Reduce Stress Versus An At-Home Burial

At-home burials are experiencing a resurgence in popularity, and it's true they can be budget-friendly and good for the environment. However, they can put a lot of strain and responsibility on your family at a crucial point when they're in the grip of grief. Here are three ways that a funeral home can help your family during this time if you choose a funeral home over at-home burial. 1. Removing the responsibility for preparations [Read More]

Three Ways To Personalize A Funeral

Funerals serve as a way to pay your final respects to the deceased. They allow family and others who are grieving the loss of a loved one to find support and comfort in the company of others. While a traditional funeral service often includes the dearly departed at the front of the room in an open casket with a minister or other official presenting a eulogy, customs and practices have changed in recent years. [Read More]

How To Make Cemetery Visits A Positive Experience For The Kids

Cemetery visits offer people the opportunity to experience a special connection with loved ones who have passed. But unfortunately the experience of visiting deceased loved ones in a cemetery can be an overwhelming and stressful situation, especially for kids who don't have much experience with maintaining relationships in cemeteries. If you're planning to take your little one to the cemetery for a visit with their loved one, use the following tips and tricks to help ensure that the experience is a positive one: [Read More]

4 Fascinating Facts About Cremation

If you are considering having yourself cremated after death, or if one of your loved ones has requested this service, you may have some understandably mixed feelings on the issue. Unlike burial, in which the body is reduced gradually by the forces of time and nature, cremation leaves nothing but ashes within a matter of hours. But whether you're enthusiastic, hesitant, or simply puzzled about this method of disposition, there's more to it than you probably realize. [Read More]