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A Priceless Legacy
If you ask most people what they wish they had more of, in regard to family or friends who have passed away, in most cases their answers would include photos or letters.
What to Say to Someone Who is Grieving
It is often difficult to know what to say when someone is grieving. We are afraid of intruding, of saying the wrong thing or even making them feel worse than they already feel. Sometimes all that is needed is to be available and show your love and support.
The Documents You Need Before You Die
While it is not a subject we want to talk about, death is inevitable and we can never be too prepared. Talking to your family and having all the necessary documents in a central place can make a very difficult time a little less stressful.
Five Stages of Grief
Grief is an evolving emotion but it always goes through 5 different stages of denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. There is no right or wrong way to grieve and everyone will go through these stages in different ways.
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How Long Should I Grieve?
It can feel like we will never get over the death of a loved one - but how do we know when it is time to move forward?
A Year of Firsts
There is no right or wrong way to get through the grieving process but the first year will always be the hardest.
Children and Grief
Losing a loved one is hard for everyone, but particularly for children. How we approach the subject can make a big difference in how the child comes to term with their loss.
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