Grieving In Your Own Way

Are You Planning The Funeral Of A Loved One?

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Has somebody you loved dearly passed away recently? If so, you might be the person who is in charge of planning funeral services. From gathering information to buying a special headstone, here are some ideas that might help you to plan the funeral service. The Spoken Word - Have you ever felt that, as you left somebody else’s funeral, you’ve learned more about that person than you did before his or her death?…

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Have a Plan for Those Who Talk Too Much in the Visitation Line

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When the line forms at a funeral visitation, it gives the chance for every attendee to offer his or her condolences to the grieving family. Most people in attendance understand the importance of brevity—they’ll approach you, share some words of encouragement and let you know that you’re in their thoughts, and then move along. There are sometimes other attendees, however, who either don’t know or don’t care about the protocol in this situation, and their actions indicate that they’re more than comfortable with taking up your time.…

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After A Death, These Signs Could Suggest That Your Child Needs Grief Counseling

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Explaining death to a child can often be a challenge, but will be something that you’ll need to deal with upon a death in the family. When a child’s grandmother or grandfather passes away, the child may deal with his or her grief in a number of ways. Ideally, your family will be so open to dialog that your child feels comfortable discussing his or her feelings about the death with you.…

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