Some of the most difficult things to do after you lose a parent are the activities you did together. Yes the holidays and anniversaries are hard but so are the little things. If mother/daughter holiday shopping trips or father/son hunting trips were something you always did, then continuing those will never be the same. That […]

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The legacy of your loved will live on in your life forever. This legacy will reflect how you love, how you raise a family, how you live your life and how you make decisions. Through the rest of your life, you loved one’s influence, love and care will be with you. That we once enjoyed […]

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There are many milestones in our life that we want our parents to be a part of. There is nothing worse than going through those times without them there. Whether it is having our dad walk us down the aisle or having our mom holding our hand while we bring life into the world, those […]

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After you lose a parent, one of the biggest frustrations is finding people to talk and cry to. You may have family members that choose to not talk about your loved one because it is difficult. And if your friends haven’t lost a parent, they won’t understand. You may get frustrated by some of the […]

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Light a candle. Candles have been used as symbolic activities for centuries for ceremonies such as weddings, baptisms, birthdays and church services. On a daily basis, the simple act of lighting a candle is enough to put you into a reflective state. The candle light is not only symbolic of your loved one’s spiritual presence, but […]

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