Mind Over Matter: How to Protect Your Mental Health Wellness for Everyday Life

Roughly one in four people are affected by mental health problems at some stage during their lives. Without your strong mental health, it’s extremely difficult to enjoy life. Whatever life throws your way, it feels impossible to get over your anxiety or depression. However, you don’t have to simply give up and accept the dark clouds. You just need to follow our best tips for mental health wellness to get…

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The First Birthday After the Death of a Loved One: A Guide to Coping

Over one-quarter of widows and widowers experience clinical depression and anxiety during the first year after the death of a loved one. For many people, the first birthday after the death of a loved one is extremely difficult to cope with. You want to honor them and celebrate their life. But, you also want to continue your recovery from the loss. Read below to discover our guide to coping the on one…

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Planning a Celebration of Life: A Guide for Loved Ones

When someone you love passes away, their passing brings about a unique type of pain. And thought of planning a funeral can make it hard to cope. There’s a brighter alternative. Instead of using customary measures to bury your loved one, plan a celebration of life. In a celebration service, their remains aren’t present. That makes it easier to keep the focal point on happy memories. Would you like to…

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Facing Terminal Illness Together: 4 Steps for Families to Take

Are you one of the 42% of people in America with a friend or relative suffering from a terminal illness? Are you asking yourself how you can help? Are you worried about treating them differently or saying the wrong thing? Does the idea of preplanning funeral arrangements make you uneasy? Or is it something with which your friend or loved one would appreciate assistance? These are questions you may be asking yourself and losing…

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Losing a Parent: A Guide to Coping and Finding Community

There are millions of adult orphans in the US, with the average age that someone loses their parents being between 50-55 years old. While there is much literature focusing on the plight of child orphans, guidance for adults is harder to come by. Losing a parent at any age is highly traumatic for a number of reasons. If you’re dealing with the loss of a parent, here’s how you can cope…

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