February 14, 2019

Plan Today, Give Your Loved One’s Peace Tomorrow

Plan Today, Give Your Loved One’s Peace Tomorrow The idea of planning your own funeral isn’t something most people want stuck in their heads. But there are plenty of reasons to do just that. Not only will it ensure that you get the send off you want, but it will ease the burden on your loved ones in their greatest time of vulnerability. Here are a few quick tips: Decide on your final resting place. […]
January 17, 2019

Live Streaming of Funeral Service for Rosemary McLaurin

Live streaming of the funeral service for Rosemary McLaurin that was held at the James E. Churchman Jr. Funeral Home, Newark, NJ, on Saturday January 19, 2019  
January 10, 2019

Planning for Less Stress When Supporting Terminally Ill Loved One

Planning for Less Stress When Supporting a Terminally Ill Loved One Death is, without a doubt, one of the hardest parts of life. If you or a loved one has recently been diagnosed with a terminal illness, you know this better than anyone. Dealing with terminal illness when it’s in your own family can seem like an impossible feat. While there is no easy way to work through the emotionally daunting process of mourning your […]
November 21, 2018

Restful Sleep Despite The Grief

Restful Sleep Despite the Grief: Overcoming Insomnia after Losing a Loved One Mental health professionals advise bereaved individuals to allow grief to run its course, that it’s important to go through the process, painful though it is. Grief is a cathartic experience that allows you to come to terms with powerful feelings and the fact life will be different now that a loved one is gone. However, because the death of someone close can be […]
September 19, 2018

Covering Costs Of A Terminal Cancer Diagnosis

Photo via Pixabay by Beejees Covering the Costs of a Terminal Cancer Diagnosis For the millions of Americans who have been diagnosed with cancer, figuring out where to go next can be overwhelming. From paying for treatment to making difficult decisions about long-term care, the financial end alone can induce stress, anxiety, and depression on top of the physical and emotional pain you may already be feeling. And while it’s difficult to think about, preparing […]