Condolence messages are, without question, some of the most difficult types of notes or letters to write. Often, this task can be simplified by including your message with a sympathy gift, but it can still be hard to come up with just the right words. The most important tip when it comes to writing a […]

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When you do decide to go through your loved one’s clothing, you may not be sure what to do with it. Today there are many options if you give some creative thought to the process. Really think about how you can turn your loved one’s belongings into something memorable. Some ideas include: 1.    Pick some of your […]

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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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When your loved one dies, you feel an even stronger desire to be near them. The loss that you have suffered makes you long to feel their presence in some way or another. The mention of their name, the smell of their clothes, a quick glance at their picture, all give you a brief sense […]

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Memories are most vivid when there is some type of sensory stimuli to associate with it. For example, a picture to look at will help you remember the vacation you took with your loved one, listening to a song can help you remember your first date, and a physical keepsake could help you remember what […]

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