It’s challenging having to make the decision between cremation and burial. Whether you are deciding for someone who has passed or even planning for your own passing, it is a big decision to make. To make a difficult situation less stressful here is some information that may help you and your decision making
When planning the elements for a funeral or memorial service, the focus should be on the deceased person and all the items used should in some way reflect their personality, interests, or have special meaning that tells the story of their life.
With all that has been happening in the world of late, people are experiencing more grief over their lost loved ones than usual. It can be so difficult to enjoy family dinners and traditions without those who mattered most to you. It is unrealistic to envision a time where you do not feel those losses and mourn them. However, there are several ways you can positively honor those loved ones and keep their spirit alive throughout the years. To better help you cope and celebrate their lives, here are a few ways to remember your loved ones.
Many of us are planners, but few of us relish planning something like a funeral, especially our own. The fact remains—our mortality is a sure thing. Additionally, there are some very compelling reasons to have your affairs arranged long before your death. Here are the top five reasons it’s a good idea to pre-plan your final wishes.
Losing a loved one may be part of the cycle of life, but it is still hard to cope with for many of us as we hang onto cherished memories of the departed.