Did you know that you can complete an entire preplanning meeting online? This article explains the different ways we can meet with you to put arrangements in place during this time.
The journey through grief involves many ups and downs, and journaling is an excellent way to reflect on those experiences and the feelings that come with them. Check out this article for more information and a list of writing prompts.
Right now, funeral service is being impacted by significant gathering restrictions wisely put in place to keep communities safe due to COVID-19. At the same time, people continue to experience loss and face difficult journeys through grief, and they still need your support. Our most recent blog post provides some ways you can offer condolences and show you care even while you are unable to do so in person.
The death of a beloved member of your pet family can be uniquely challenging, especially for children. This article offers a few pieces of valuable insight into how to cope.
When a loved one dies, remembrance keeps a part of them alive. Memorialization marks the importance of an individual’s life and provides a heartening reminder of their legacy.
According to the National Funeral Directors Association, over half of all Americans choose to be cremated. But many people are still uninformed about cremation and funeral service options, so this article addresses a few common questions.
It is important to recognize how hard the holiday season can be for those who have lost a loved one. This article explains a few helpful ways to manage grief during this time of year.
If you’ve been given the privilege of delivering the eulogy at a loved one’s funeral or memorial service, you might feel a little nervous about where to begin. Here is a guide that will help ease you through the process.
Now that you have a better idea of what to expect at a funeral service or visitation, you might still have questions about proper conduct. This article addresses a few of the most common etiquette topics related to attending a funeral.
If you feel nervous about attending a funeral because you aren’t sure what it will be like, you’re not the only one. While the personalized characteristics of a service or visitation often vary, it helps to understand a few of the typical features that are generally involved.
There is more to life than material wealth. And some people feel there is more to leave behind than money and property, too. Check out this article about ethical wills to learn more!
Many people think about making their own funeral arrangements in advance but never schedule an appointment. This article offers a few reasons you should call today about preplanning!
Did you know there are many types of therapy that can help provide support on the journey through grief? This article explains just a few of the possibilities.
Did you know funeral homes provide ongoing care after the service for those who are grieving? Check out this article to learn more about the support groups, special events, grief and loss resources, and valuable experience they offer.
Sending a beautiful floral arrangement is a wonderful way to honor someone who has passed and to show the family you care. This article offers more information about all things related to funeral flowers.
Throughout history, cemeteries have provided a place to mourn, honor, and remember the dead. Spending time at a loved one’s gravesite can also be therapeutic for those journeying through grief. If you plan to visit a cemetery this Memorial Day weekend, check out these important reminders.
Grief is stressful, but this article explains how yoga can help.
This list features some unique possibilities for cremated remains and offers a few important points to consider before you decide.
Did you know there are many eco-friendly funeral and burial options?
Swedish death cleaning, or any form of decluttering, might be worth considering if you are on the quest for more joy and less stress.