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What Can You Do with the Ashes of a Cremated Loved One?

Cremation is becoming a more popular option for those who are planning funeral services. There are several reasons why more people are doing this. However, one of the main questions that people hav...
By David Tindall
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Thursday, September 7, 2017

Pre-Planning your Funeral

Pre-planning a funeral is something that many people decide to do. Why is this? Pre-planning a funeral takes away the guesses that family members may have to make in the event that you die before m...
By David Tindall
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Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Online Grief Support Resources

When you have a lost a loved one, you may be in need of grief support. While there are tons of ways to find this, online grief support is becoming more popular as it allows you to stay at home and ...
By David Tindall
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Wednesday, August 9, 2017

I am Next in Line, What do I Say?

Funerals are often hard for everyone who attends. After all, you knew the deceased in one way or another. However, one of the most common fears about attending the funeral is what do you say to the...
By David Tindall
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Tuesday, July 25, 2017

How to Manage Social Media & Email Accounts After the Loss of a Loved One

One of the newest ways that the death of a loved one affects people is dealing with their social media and email accounts. This was not an issue fifteen years ago, and it brings about its own set o...
By David Tindall
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Wednesday, July 5, 2017

How to Get Through the First Couple of Weeks After the Loss of a Loved One

The first couple of weeks after you have lost a loved one are difficult. That is saying it mildly. This is often when your emotions are all over the place, and you may feel lost. This is often the ...
By David Tindall
In Our Blogs
Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Don’t Let Funeral Costs Scare You

What is the one thing that scares most people about funerals? The costs! In the United States, the typical cost of a funeral can range to over $10,000 easily. Due to the cost of a funeral, many peo...
By David Tindall
In Our Blogs
Monday, June 5, 2017

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What Can You Do with the Ashes of a Cremated Loved One?

Cremation is becoming a more popular option for those who are planning funeral services. There are several reasons why more people are doing this. However, one of the main questions that people hav...

Pre-Planning your Funeral

Pre-planning a funeral is something that many people decide to do. Why is this? Pre-planning a funeral takes away the guesses that family members may have to make in the event that you die before m...

Online Grief Support Resources

When you have a lost a loved one, you may be in need of grief support. While there are tons of ways to find this, online grief support is becoming more popular as it allows you to stay at home and ...

I am Next in Line, What do I Say?

Funerals are often hard for everyone who attends. After all, you knew the deceased in one way or another. However, one of the most common fears about attending the funeral is what do you say to the...

How to Manage Social Media & Email Accounts After the Loss of a Loved One

One of the newest ways that the death of a loved one affects people is dealing with their social media and email accounts. This was not an issue fifteen years ago, and it brings about its own set o...

How to Get Through the First Couple of Weeks After the Loss of a Loved One

The first couple of weeks after you have lost a loved one are difficult. That is saying it mildly. This is often when your emotions are all over the place, and you may feel lost. This is often the ...

Don’t Let Funeral Costs Scare You

What is the one thing that scares most people about funerals? The costs! In the United States, the typical cost of a funeral can range to over $10,000 easily. Due to the cost of a funeral, many peo...