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Planning Your Own Funeral Service

Posted on May 8th, 2018

funeralFunerals serve as a time for family and friends to gather together to celebrate the life of a loved one who has died. Not only do they offer the opportunity to remember the deceased, but they also can offer comfort and support at an emotional time. While planning your own funeral service may seem uncomfortable, there are several great reasons to do so. These steps will help you create a genuine event to honor the end of life.


Reasons for Planning Your Own Service
Arranging your own funeral requires that you come to ter...

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Keeping Your Chin Up as a Caregiver

Posted on April 18, 2018

windowProviding end of life care is never easy. The stress can take its toll on family members and other informal caregivers over time, both physically and mentally. A study has found that 23% of family caregivers  experience symptoms of moderate to severe depression at some point while looking after a loved one. If you provide end of life care at home,  it's important to re...

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Understanding Grief

Posted on March 26, 2018

griefGrief is a normal response to the death of someone important to you. It can be both powerful and painful--physically, emotionally, socially and spiritually. But when we understand this natural process, take care of ourselves, and seek support, grief can lead to healing and personal growth.


A variety of factors, including your personality, your support system, and your natural coping mechanisms will determine how loss will affect you. Some people feel better after a few weeks or months, and for ot...

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Signs and Symptoms at the End of Life

Posted on March 5, 2018

flowersIf you are caring for a loved one at the end of their life, you may be noticing some new signs and symptoms arising. As death approaches, you may find it helpful to familiarize yourself with both physical and emotional changes to better prepare for the end-of-life and to ensure that your loved one has a comfortable and peaceful passing.  


A person with advanced illness goes through many physical changes over time. These are not signs of a medical emergency, but pieces of...

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