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Helping Yourself After a Sudden Death

Because grief may be more complicated when a death is sudden and unexpected, this guide offers suggestions for coping with the sudden loss of a loved one.  Read More

Helping Yourself at Your Time of Loss

The first few days following a death can be very draining. This article explores some common emotions and steps to healing after the loss of a loved one.  Read More

Helping Yourself Cope with Holidays and Anniversaries

When the loss of a loved one hurts more on holidays, birthdays and anniversaries, you can take steps to manage your grief by addressing former traditions, creating new ones, and addressing your own needs.  Read More

Helping Yourself When You are a Professional Caregiver

This article for caregivers of the sick, dying or bereaved explores ways to implement sound self-care strategies while coping with the demands of helping others grieve or prepare for loss.  Read More

How to Start the Advance Planning Conversation with Your Loved Ones

The conversation about your wishes for your funeral and cemetery services doesn’t need to be hard. Use these tips to start the conversation with your family about the importance of making funeral and cemetery arrangements in advance.  Read More

It’s Sunday Morning. This Call is the Last Thing You Expect.

It’s your father calling from his vacation in Mexico. As soon as you hear his voice, you know something terrible has happened.   Read More

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