Showing your sympathy is one of the hardest things to do. You just never know what kind of gestures will bring appreciation, and which ones will bring tears and hurt.
In the age of social media, you likely feel connected to your friends and family more than ever before.
Mother’s Day is a great opportunity to celebrate your mom in a special way.
Moms are often our first teachers. From how to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich to how to manage your first heartbreak, there are countless life lessons a mother teaches her child.
One of the most powerful, comforting ways you can say goodbye to someone you love is to make the funeral, burial, or reception a celebration of life.
Grief is universal. It’s unavoidable. It’s difficult. In today’s fast paced world we often look at the grief that comes with losing a loved one as something to “get through.
In the blink of an eye your babies are out of diapers and heading down their own life path.
Here you are, standing in the receiving line at a funeral, waiting to offer your condolences. Your friend has suffered a loss and you want so much to say the right thing.
Navigating the etiquette surrounding a funeral and mourning can be difficult, and answering simple questions like what to wear can cause a lot of confusion.
There are a lot of decisions to be made when you are preplanning a funeral, and one of them is whether you want to be buried or cremated. Here are some of the things to consider.