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New Ways of Comforting Someone who is Grieving

Monday, July 15, 2019
Grieving is a difficult process, and watching someone who is grieving can be an uncomfortable experience. Frequently we use the same generic statements, simply because we don't know any other options. Unfortunately, these tried and true responses ... Continue Reading

6 Listening Do's and Don'ts When Someone Is Grieving

Thursday, July 19, 2018
Knowing what to say to someone who is grieving is never easy. Sometimes the best thing you can do is hear them out. Active listening is a powerful communication technique in which the listener takes the time to comprehend what the speaker is saying and ... Continue Reading

3 Steps to Get End of Life Documents Organized

Wednesday, July 12, 2017
When you organize your end of life documents, you can take the strain from your loved ones during a difficult time and ensure your legacy is honored in the way you choose. Follow these 3 steps for funeral planning, passing on your wealth, and streamlining ... Continue Reading

Make Thanking Your Guests Easier with A Simple Thank You Program

Thursday, July 14, 2016
Writing thank you cards after a funeral service is intended to assist the family in thanking their friends and relatives for their support during a difficult time. When someone sends flowers or food, donates to a funeral, or does something else for ... Continue Reading