After the first few weeks of loss, we are so depleted that it may feel impossible to ask for help, or even know what help to ask for.   Friends want to help, but they often are not sure either on what to do.  Below is a short list of ways to take charge […]

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  Every day I think of you.  I keep your memories in my heart for that’s my reassurance we’re never far apart. Remember your loved one is only a memory away. Memories are helpful tools in the grief recovery process, but more importantly, they are long-term sources of comfort for the rest of your life.  Memories […]

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A memorial stone is a unique and special way of helping to ease the pain of loss and keep memories alive.  Lasting far longer than a flower arrangement or sympathy card, an inspirational garden stone is the perfect way to express your feelings and show your support.  And with an inspirational saying or an inscription […]

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Sympathy cards can be a quick and easy way of expressing your condolences at someone’s loss, but too often, they just don’t make the right statement.  When you need to make a more unique and personal gesture, why not consider taking the next step and sending a sympathy gift instead?  It can help you to […]

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Hang on when riding the roller coaster of grief. You can yell and scream all you want as your grief hits all those curves and dips and bumps, but don’t give up. Hang on to hope. Hang on to love.  Hang on to memories.  Hang on to life. Know that a bad day just means you […]

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