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This article explores common emotions you may experience when grieving the death of a loved one, and suggests techniques to help you manage your grief. Lire la Suite.
Living while your death is imminent is a time that is both pressured and precious. Your choices about how you use this time that is currently available to you can affect the quality of your life, and the lives of others around you, in important ways. Lire la Suite.
After the loss of a parent, it is normal to experience the five stages of grief as you cope with the reality of the loss of your mother or father. Lire la Suite.
Most people think of grief as something we experience only after a death, but we can experience grief during the course of caring for someone with a terminal illness as well. Lire la Suite.
Some common myths might be keeping you from making your final arrangements in advance. This article takes a look at those myths and clears up some common misconceptions. Lire la Suite.
Dr. Kenneth J. Doka provides an exploration of the common themes, adjustments and challenges that emerge after the death of a child as parents learn to cope with their grief. Lire la Suite.
The five stages of grief – denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance – are a part of the framework that helps us learn to live without the one we lost. Lire la Suite.
The key to turning a funeral service into a celebration of the life lived is personalization which allows family, friends and visitors to share memories of the deceased and how he or she relates to the personalized elements of the service or the items on display. Lire la Suite.
This article explores how you can help yourself when you are grieving the loss of a spouse. Lire la Suite.
Because many veterans may not fully understand the burial benefits they’ve earned through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Dignity Memorial providers have compiled a list of 10 Important Facts About VA Burial Benefits as a guide. Lire la Suite.