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Making End-of-Life Preparations No Comments

Death is a fact of life, but few of us are eager to confront our own mortality. That’s understandable. Life is beautiful, and it’s natural to want to stick around. While some experts advise us not to fear death, that’s tough advice to act on…

15 Best Things Said To a Griever No Comments

The pain of losing someone you love and care about stays with us for the rest of our lives. The thing about pain and grief is that it never really goes away; we just learn to live with it. We get better at handling the loss, day by day…

A Guide to Writing a Condolence Message No Comments

A condolence message is a way of expressing your sympathy to a member of family or friends after they have experienced the death of a loved one. By sending this message will let them know that you are thinking of them during their difficult and emotional time…

Ways To Make Bathrooms Senior-Friendly No Comments

Falling can happen to anyone but as we are aging, falls become much more common. Falls can be quite serious. Unfortunately, statistics show that 33% of seniors experience falls every single year. Around 40% of the falls lead to hip fractures…

Cremation vs Burial: What’s Best for You? No Comments

A cremation, or a burial? It’s not a question that will have crossed your mind all that often, and it’s probably something you’d rather not think about. The only certainty in life, however, is death. It’s a topic surrounded by taboo that needs to be broken, and we can do that by discussing the questions…

A Guide to Funeral Etiquette No Comments

For some of us, attending a funeral isn’t something we’ve thought about too much. But, when someone passes away, and the funeral date is given to you, it can be a distressing time. Whether it’s someone close to you or a distant relative, attending a funeral is one way to pay your respects and say your goodbyes…

What do Funeral Directors do? No Comments

The death of a loved one can be a distressing time. With the weight of grief heavy on your shoulders, planning a funeral can be a little too much at an already difficult time. For most people, the logical solution is to allow funeral directors help to plan a funeral for a loved one. Those that may never have experience a funeral, may be wondering, what funeral directors actually do…

Supporting Your Child’s Grief Through School Counseling No Comments

If you’re an adult of a certain age, you might remember school counselors as the people who handed you career aptitude tests and told you what you’d be best at. But times have changed. In modern schools, school counselors are among the most well-trained and notable members of the academic and administrative team…

Why you need a funeral plan even when you’re young No Comments

It’s highly likely that when you hear the term ‘funeral plan’ your mind is automatically drawn to the image of an elderly man or woman. And you wouldn’t be far wrong. Inherently, funeral plans are targeted towards those most likely to be focusing on their death and as a result, the target market has become those in latter life…