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Funerals During a Pandemic

Funerals During a Pandemic   The global pandemic has the  world sailing in uncharted waters. Social distancing has become the buzz phrase of the moment.  In order to slow the spread of the “coronavirus” unprecedented action is being taken. As we speak we are living in what will someday be…...

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Coronavirus- Grief and Anxiety during a National Emergency

Grief and anxiety during a national emergency.  The outbreak of the Covid-19, otherwise known as the Coronavirus has taken the world and is turning it upside down. It has been repeated over again, “these are unprecedented times”. The United States has joined the list of countries who are experiencing a…...

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Loss, Grief and Denial

Grief and denial that comes with loss The moment we are born into this world we start to experience loss and grief. We lose the warm safe place of our mother’s womb. As children we experience loss as we move away from dependence on our parents.  We experience loss of…...

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7 Substantial Benefits of Preplanning a Funeral

Have you considered preplanning a funeral? Whether you have or not, it may be something that’s right for you (click here to learn What Preplanning Is). There are many things to think about when it comes to preplanning a funeral, but the benefits are something that’s easy to discuss. Today…...

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How to Deal with the Bargaining Phase of Grief

Grief is inevitable in the life of any human. We all experience loss at some point in life. It could be loss of our youth, loss of job, loss of a pet or even the death of a loved one. There are many many ways that we experience loss throughout…...

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Healing Grief by Loving Your Dog.

We have all heard it before. “Dogs are man’s best friend.” So many of us have a special connection with our dogs. So much so that we consider them a part of our family. Dogs are that loving little buddy that runs to you after a long hard day at…...

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Managing Grief on Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is here again. The stores are filled with pink and red hearts. The greeting card aisle is stocked full of love cards. But for those who are alone, Valentine’s day is a nemesis creeping up on the calendar. It’s a reminder for all the love they are missing…...

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How to Avoid a Loose Mind During Grief Using Sports Psychology

  Sports psychology teaches about a loose mind versus a tight mind.  If you have a loose mind you may have a multitude of different thoughts bouncing around in your head. Within these thoughts that are pouring around there are likely a few of them that are negative or toxic…...

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3 Common Preplanning Questions

Preplanning a funeral isn’t the most joyous task but it is the right thing for just about everyone. Whether you’re familiar with preplanning a funeral or not, you most likely have had some questions at one point or another. Today we’ll discuss three of the most common preplanning questions and…...

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The New Years Resolution You Can Accomplish

With New Year's Day coming right around the corner, it is time to start thinking about the goals and New Year's resolutions we all would like to work on. Whether it’s losing those last ten pounds, drinking more water or visiting your elderly parents more often, we all have things…...

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