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3 Ways to Honor Loved Ones with Backyard Time Capsules

24 June 2016
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A time capsule is a great way to capture a piece of history and keep it buried for many years to come. Along with showcasing society and the current trends, you can use a backyard time capsule to honor a loved one. Future generations can look back at the capsule and learn a lot about the loved one who was buried inside of it. As you plan a time capsule, you can consider these three different ways to honor a loved one. Read More …

The Best Ways To Send Long-Distance Expressions Of Sympathy

7 June 2016
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Sometimes it's impossible to travel long distances for a funeral or to express sympathy for a grieving family even when you really want to do so. If you find it impossible to get away when someone has passed on who lives a fair distance from you, there are still things that you can do to pay your respects to the deceased and to send your love and sympathy to the bereft. Read More …

How To Prepare A Child To Attend A Funeral

26 May 2016
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Even the most secure and happy children could easily get nervous about the idea of attending their first funeral. Be proactive in preparing a child for a funeral to ensure that they can deal with this sad tradition in a way that enables them to express their feelings without getting overwhelmed with grief. Keep Your Explanations Simple Children may attend a funeral without being fully aware of what is going on. Read More …

How Cremation Can Be Right For You

11 May 2016
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Are you currently considering final arrangements for yourself or a loved one? Are you having a hard time deciding between burial and cremation? Whether for yourself or a loved one, dealing with death can be a difficult experience. While only time will heal the grief you may now be experiencing, here are some reasons why cremation may be the better choice for you: Affordable: A full burial can be expensive. Just the grave alone, not counting the casket, can cost $1500 or more depending on the cemetery involved. Read More …

3 Tips For Preparing Children For Funerals

27 April 2016
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Funerals are difficult experiences for most people, particularly children. During the service, it can be challenging for children to follow etiquette, which can sometimes lead to disruptions for others. If you are planning to take your child to a funeral, here are some tips for preparing him or her for the experience.  Talk to Your Child About Death  In the days leading up to the funeral, it is important that you talk to your child about death. Read More …

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Finding The Right Funeral Home

Nothing is more difficult than trying to plan a funeral for someone that you love. In addition to figuring out who to have speak and what to do to honor their memory, you might also be stressed out about choosing an appropriate funeral home. However, you don't have to worry so much about the details if you are willing to shop around for a great funeral home. My blog is dedicated to teaching you different features about funeral homes, so that you aren't left guessing when the big day comes. You never know, this information might help you to honor a loved one.