October 2016 - Vol. 1, Issue 4

Someone you love has died. The first few days following a death can be very draining. You may be feeling numb and overwhelmed with all the details requiring attention. You may not know what you are expected to do. You may also fear doing the wrong thing. Take a deep breath and realize that you are not alone.

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August 2016 - Vol. 1, Issue 3

There is an important distinction between grief and mourning. We have learned that people move toward healing not by just grieving, but through mourning. Grief is the internal thoughts and feelings we experience when someone we love dies...

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April 2016 - Vol. 1, Issue 2

Not everyone likes to plan ahead, and especially not for something like a funeral. However, there are a number of compelling reasons to arrange your final wishes long before you will need them...

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June 2016 - Vol. 1, Issue 2

The practice of cremation dates back to ancient times. Today it is more common in western Europe and Japan than in the United States and Canada. However, the number of people in the U.S. and Canada selecting cremation as the form of final disposition has risen significantly during the past few years...

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