To make your sacred space more meaningful, surround yourself with pictures, mementos and anything symbolic of your relationship with the person who died. During this sacred time you can safely process your grief and attend to your bereavement.

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One of the hardest things about losing a parent is knowing that no one will ever love you or be as concerned about you in quite the same way.  A parent’s love for their child is like no other and coming to the realization that “No one will ever love me like my mom or […]

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However painful it is to bid farewell to one who has died,                                                                                       […]

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If it feels right, consider establishing on ongoing memorial fund in the name of your loved one. • Was there a cause dear to your loved one? • Would you like to donate to research for a disease affecting your loved one? • Was your loved one affiliated with a church or another organization, such […]

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As you grieve the loss of your loved one, life can seem overwhelming. From moment to moment your emotions change. One minute you are smiling and the next you are crying. Because everything seems much harder, it is important to acknowledge your small successes: Getting out of bed in the morning to take a shower Returning to work […]

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