Understanding Grief: A Guide Through the Grieving Process

For every 1,000 Americans, almost nine will die this year. It’s possible that one of those deaths is of someone to whom you’re close. Death is a taboo subject for many people which is unfortunate. Because grief hits us all at one time or another. Not everyone handles grief the same way but there are some common denominators. Our guide helps when it comes to understanding grief and its common stages. Understanding…

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What to Say to Someone Who Is Grieving (And What Not to Say)

Around the world, 2 people die every second. Every so often, it will happen to someone you know. Few things in life can be as awkward as knowing what to say to a grieving friend. After all, the grieving process is unique for everyone. Knowing what to say to someone who is grieving is as important as knowing what you shouldn’t say. In this post, we’ll consider both. Read on to learn what to…

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5 Funeral Etiquette Rules All Guests Should Follow

In the United States, almost three million people die per year. Most loved ones are laid to rest in a funeral or memorial service. It’s not always an easy occasion, but it’s helpful for processing grief. Different families have different ways of grieving. But there are some things you should know if you’re attending a funeral. Read on for 5 funeral etiquette rules to follow. 1. Be on Time and Watch Where…

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