5 Tips for Dealing with a Suicide Loss

The grief one feels after a loved has committed suicide is a special kind of grief. The loss is sudden, senseless and often leaves survivors with feelings of guilt or even anger. The important thing to remember is that there are those around you who are willing to...

Personalized Memorial Wind Chimes

Nowadays, sympathy gifts are growing in popularity and customization. In that case, personalized memorial wind chimes have become one of the best choices. Due to its soothing and soulful tunes, it has turned into a popular decorative item in any home. It’s an...

Steps for Planning a Celebration of Life

When it comes to honoring the deceased many people are beginning to prefer celebrations of life as opposed to memorial services. The difference is that celebrations of life pay tribute to loved ones and celebrate their legacy whereas memorial services tend to be held...

4 Common Funeral Scams and How to Avoid Them

The death of a loved one is a vulnerable time for nearly everyone. We are all subject to a flood of emotions that can range from anger to sadness. Unfortunately, there is a cottage industry of people who prey on people when they are at their most vulnerable. These...

5 Grief and Bereavement Myths that Need to Stop

It is a sad fact of life that at some point we will all lose someone we love. And because the period of sorrow following such times is often confusing, some people can fall prey to certain myths about grief and bereavement. This article describes some of the most...

911 Memorial Trees

Any American who was past of age of six at the time can remember what he or she was doing when he/she heard the horrific news. The memory of September 11th will last a life time for Americans of a certain age range. The tragedy dominated every broadcast throughout the...