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What is involved with Cremation?

Cremation is an option for the final disposition of a deceased person, reducing the body to ashes by a heat process.  It has been around for thousands of years. During the beginnings of cremat...
By Todd Abell
Friday, March 10, 2017

The Worst Kind of Suicide Shaming

We had a funeral last week for an elderly man who died under hospice care.  The family requested that the hospice’s chaplain, Chaplain Gerry, make a visit to their dying loved one.  Gerry...
By Caleb Wilde
Wednesday, August 31, 2016

In Grief; When Can I Stop The Process

Grief comes in three stages: the beginning, the middle, and the rest of your life.  ~ Candace Lightner How will I know when I can stop the grieving process? My friend, I have to as...
By Marty Tousley
Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Loneliness of Grief

The Unique Loneliness of Grief Most people don’t think in depth about the idea of loneliness. Loneliness is one of those concepts we assume we know. We equate it to the very definable concept of b...
By Whatsyourgrief.com
Thursday, August 25, 2016

I'm Not Crazy

It was just over a year after Dominic’s accident, and a friend forwarded an article about odd behaviors of those who were “stuck” in grief. Along with the forward was a little tag, “Reminds me of y...
By Melanie DeSimone
Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Rebuilding after the death of a loved one

Rebuilding a life isn’t easy especially when we may not want to, feel like it, or know where or how to start. When just getting out of bed makes us so tired we want to crawl right back in. When we ...
By Deb Kosmer
Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Waves of Grief

Someone on reddit wrote the following heartfelt plea online:  "My friend just died.  I don't know what to do." A lot of people responded.  Then there's one older guy's incredible com...
By Unknown
Monday, June 20, 2016

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What is involved with Cremation?

Cremation is an option for the final disposition of a deceased person, reducing the body to ashes by a heat process.  It has been around for thousands of years. During the beginnings of cremat...

The Worst Kind of Suicide Shaming

We had a funeral last week for an elderly man who died under hospice care.  The family requested that the hospice’s chaplain, Chaplain Gerry, make a visit to their dying loved one.  Gerry...

In Grief; When Can I Stop The Process

Grief comes in three stages: the beginning, the middle, and the rest of your life.  ~ Candace Lightner How will I know when I can stop the grieving process? My friend, I have to as...

Loneliness of Grief

The Unique Loneliness of Grief Most people don’t think in depth about the idea of loneliness. Loneliness is one of those concepts we assume we know. We equate it to the very definable concept of b...

I'm Not Crazy

It was just over a year after Dominic’s accident, and a friend forwarded an article about odd behaviors of those who were “stuck” in grief. Along with the forward was a little tag, “Reminds me of y...

Rebuilding after the death of a loved one

Rebuilding a life isn’t easy especially when we may not want to, feel like it, or know where or how to start. When just getting out of bed makes us so tired we want to crawl right back in. When we ...

Waves of Grief

Someone on reddit wrote the following heartfelt plea online:  "My friend just died.  I don't know what to do." A lot of people responded.  Then there's one older guy's incredible com...