Simple but Hard Lessons on Healing Through Grief

Thursday, August 15, 2019
You may never have heard of her, but Brene Brown, a professor from the University of Houston, has spent 2 decades studying vulnerability, shame, courage and empathy. These emotions, especially vulnerability and shame, are centerpieces of the grieving ... Continue Reading

How to Support a Friend Who Is Grieving

Thursday, August 16, 2018
Everyone experiences the stages of grief in different ways. While some recover from their sorrow over the course of months, others carry the pain of loss with them for years. While it's important to allow a person to proceed at his or her own pace, there ... Continue Reading

3 Ways to Spread Joy to Friends & Family

Thursday, August 10, 2017
In today's fast-paced society, it can be easy to focus on finding a little joy for yourself, but forgetting to share it with others. Taking time to show the people you love that you care about them can brighten their day and yours. Here are three easy ... Continue Reading

Why should we hold a funeral service?

Wednesday, August 3, 2016
After a loved one has passed on, it is customary across faiths to hold a funeral service to remember the loved one. In the midst of your grief, you may be wondering how a funeral service can help. Learn three reasons why we should have a funeral for ... Continue Reading