Having a person close to us pass away can be overwhelming, especially when it is unexpected or they were very close. Support can come in… Read More »Giving to the Grieving: Recipes for Loss
During a time of loss and sadness, many families find it difficult to make this decision. Families may be unsure why an autopsy is required, or they may have concerns about what will occur during the operation. Families may be concerned about the procedure’s impact on funeral plans or cultural traditions. We have prepared this information to answer some of the common questions that arise about autopsy.
Life: No one get out alive. After a loved one dies there is the annoying task of dealing with paperwork. Bank accounts, life insurance, utilities, homes, cars, and other property all need to be taken care of. To make the process easier, create a Legacy Binder. Found out how to create your own.
are many myths surrounding dead bodies that you likely think are true. From growing fingernails and moving corpses, to your organs appeal to thieves post mortem, to name a few. Here are 6 myths about dead bodies we are dying to correct.
It is difficult to identify all of the factors that lead a person to attempt or commit suicide as there are often many, including interpersonal,… Read More »Understanding, Recognizing, and Preventing Suicide
It’s difficult to say goodbye when someone passes, even our beloved pets. Being able to handle them financially and emotionally is also similar to the process for when our beloved humans pass. There are ways to prepare for the death of a pet; find how you want to say goodbye, and ways to remember them fondly.
When there is a death of a loved one it can bring on a mix of emotions and it can be difficult for many adults to cope with a loss. There is no right way to grieve and different people can en there is a death of a loved one it can bring on a mix of emotions and it can be difficult for many adults to cope with a loss. There is no right way to grieve and different people can react differently, and it is no different in children. As a child, the task is much harder as they navigate their emotions while also trying to wrap their heads around what death really means. That is why it is important to talk to children about death carefully, simply, and with compassion.