March 24, 2020

New Home, New Life: Moving for a Change of Scenery After a Death

Grief is a universal human response to loss, though people respond to it in different ways. Some pick up the pieces and continue with life much as they did before the death of a loved one. For others, feeling better means seeking wholesale change and a fresh start in a new neighborhood, or even a new city. Starting over somewhere new gives you the benefit of distance and time, which is such an important part […]
March 20, 2020

Community Bereavement Resources

Dying and grief are a natural part of life, and though everyone experiences it at some point, this process can feel extremely isolating. Many people are afraid to publicly express grief, don’t want to burden others with their pain, or are simply not sure where to turn for help. You may be surprised to learn that there are many community bereavement resources if you know where to look. These resources include hospice groups, grief camps, […]
November 28, 2019

Hope for the Holidays, Healthy Grieving

As we begin this holiday season we often find ourselves enjoying the company of family and close friends. We relish in food, fun and festivities. We can’t help but reminisce, sharing memorable times. We get to catch up on our day to days, what’s going on at work, how the children have grown and how we have developed since we’ve last been together. While this is a wonderful time of creating new memories, it can […]
October 5, 2019

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July 25, 2019

A Practical Guide For Preparing For Passing On

Losing a loved one is always difficult. Research has shown the death of a close family member to be among the 10most stressful events people experience in their entire lives. Adding practical matters like clearing out the deceased’s possessions and planning a funeral can make this already tough time even more difficult. You can alleviate the burden on those you will leave behind by preparing for your own passing in advance. This also assures that […]