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Since 2002, Your Tribute has provided a safe and secure environment for friends and family to connect and share memories. With Your Tribute you can create a free online obituary or personalized memorial website for a loved one in minutes.

A Beginner’s Guide To Hiring A RSD Lawyer

Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD) also referred to as Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) is a chronic condition that is characterized by a feeling of severe burning pain more so on the arms, hands, legs, and feet…

Questions About Grief No Comments

We all do it countless times a day. You pick up the phone, a client comes in for a meeting, or you see someone on the street, and the first thing you say…

Funeral Planning Challenges 1 Comment

Key Funeral Planning Considerations and Challenges To have to plan a funeral is one of the toughest challenges of our lives.  Lots of people ask, who needs an End of Life Plan?  Here are the top 10 challenges to making funeral arrangements your family will be faced with should you choose not to make PreNeed Plan arrangements: In the large majority of situations, most do not preplan funeral arrangements in advance of your loved one’s death causing much stress on surviving family members. Critical decisions need to be made, and usually in a timely manner. There are usually many funeral planning options to consider, and the funeral costs can add up to significantly more than previously anticipated When struggling to coping with loss, making the most efficient and rational decisions is not always an easy task. There are often family members who are emotionally incapable of making many of key decisions given such an emotional and challenging situation. There may be family members who prefer to take control of these details, even though they may not be the appropriate person in many situations. There are usually multiple family members and loved ones involved, which often times can lead to disagreements given the added stress and emotions. When dealing with multiple family members and loved ones, it can be difficult to integrate religion, spirituality or personal wishes and preferences. Trying to plan for ”exactly what our loved one would have wanted” is often extremely difficult, especially considering the different opinions involved. When there are multiple people involved in planning the details of the memorial services, it can be challenging to agree on the location, funeral music, speakers who will be giving a eulogy, guests,funeral flowers, date and time, etc.   © 2010 All rights reserved. Updated: