Children feel and display grief in different ways depending on their age, environment, and how close they were to the person that died. As adults it is our duty to make sure that our children are properly guided in dealing with grief.
Humanist funerals focus entirely on the deceased person; his life, achievements, and legacy. Now in the secular age, humanist funerals are getting popular as more and more people are abandoning theism.
Cryonics is met with a lot of skepticism in the mainstream scientific community due to its speculative and controversial nature. And where there is controversy a lot of myths and misconceptions are born.
How much money do you need to prepare for a funeral? Contrary to popular belief, there is actually no fixed, universal fee for funerals. Like all things the cost of funerals can change with time. Depending on what kind and type of funeral you want, overall costs may vary.
Eulogies are highly emotional speeches that praise the life and memory of a deceased person. Sometimes, when people are in grief it’s hard to write a meaningful speech, let alone deliver. Here are 5 steps that will hopefully guide you in the whole process.
Having good manners is essential, and for highly emotional times such as funerals, the last thing you want to do is add unnecessary stress to the bereaved by being rude. To help you avoid awkward situations, here’s a list of things you should and shouldn’t do when attending funeral services.
Recovering from a recent loss is easier when you have the right support system. Do not grieve alone. Grieving is a process that takes time. Find comfort in talking about your feelings and express them accordingly.
Cremation has been increasingly popular over the years. Scattering the remains of loved ones are done mostly in public places. Thus, it is important to know the legalities and limitations of scattering ashes before doing so.