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3 Ways to Grieve Remotely

3 Ways to Grieve Remotely

We are often most comforted when family and friends are near during the loss of a loved one, but that isn’t always possible - especially during COVID-19. This guidance is for individuals and families who are looking to connect, care and safely grieve together while practicing social distancing.
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7 Ways to Plan a Funeral and Memorial Services in the Midst of Coronavirus

7 Ways to Plan a Funeral and Memorial Services in the Midst of Coronavirus

During a time when non-essential travel is discouraged and social distancing measures are in place, families who have recently lost a loved one are wondering how to hold a funeral or memorial service? How can they honor a loved one? Can they still involve family and friends?
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Urn Choices that Include Mementos

Urn Choices that Include Mementos

When the time comes to select an urn for someone you love, you may wish to consider urn choices that include a secure place for special mementos. There are many urns that have extra storage space for you to secure special documents, photos, dried flowers, or other small tokens that remind you of your loved one. 
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How to Plan a Memorial Tree Ceremony

How to Plan a Memorial Tree Ceremony

Planning an eco-friendly tribute for your loved one may require some extra forethought. In this article, we will provide tips on organizing a successful memorial tree ceremony and suggest other green memorial ideas.
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3 Steps to Create Your Legacy

3 Steps to Create Your Legacy

How will your life impact future generations? What is your legacy? The dictionary defines legacy as, “a gift of property, especially personal property, as money, by will; a bequest”. But beyond material possessions, there is the legacy of what you leave behind in an intangible way. How you lived. Your ideas. Your humanity. There is plenty of guidance on how to prepare your financial estate-- saving money, acquiring property, writing a will, etc.. Less so on passing down spiritual beliefs, emotional values, and life lessons that are also part of a person’s heritage.

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Helping a Child When a Pet Dies

Helping a Child When a Pet Dies

We know that many people consider their pet to be part of the family. When a pet dies, the emotional loss and resulting grief can be as painful as the loss of a relative. It can be especially trying for children. It may be their first experience with death. But, death is an inevitable part of living life, and losing a pet can help kids accept this truth and learn how to cope. 
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Three Ways To Bring Nature Into A Memorial Service

Three Ways To Bring Nature Into A Memorial Service

Was grandma an avid gardener? Did your brother travel the world as a bird watcher? Here are three tips on incorporating nature into a loved one’s memorial or funeral service.
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Funeral Etiquette in an Online World

Funeral Etiquette in an Online World

We live in a hyper-connected time. The internet age developed fairly quickly from a human history perspective, and some of us may feel a bit behind the times when it comes to what is appropriate to say or do online when a person has passed away. Here are some tips for using social media and other online tools while organizing a funeral and grieving.
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