Funeral Etiquette: Do’s and Don’ts

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.

Dealing with Grief: Seeking Support from Others

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.

Scattering Ashes: Everything You Need to Know

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.

Holidays and Grief

The holiday season is supposed to be the most beautiful time of the year but not for everyone. The pain of losing a loved one seems to become heavier during the holiday season. Here are 5 things we can do to lighten the burden and enjoy the time we have our loved ones who are still with us.

Dealing with Terminal Illness

The downside of terminal illness is that there’s no exact date of when you and your loved one will see each other for the last time. There isn’t an easy way to cope with the situation and since talking about death is still considered as taboo, here’s what you can do.

How to Keep Memories of Loved Ones Alive

Memories are the only thing we are left with when our loved ones pass away. Keeping memories alive literally or figuratively requires a blend of traditions and technology. Check out these 5 ways to commemorate them.

4 Things You Should Know About Funeral Insurance

A funeral insurance is a practical way of preparing yourself and your family from death. Getting one is a step that must be discussed by the family. This article rounds up most of the essential questions and answers to help you through this process.

Online Memorials: Celebrating Life in the Modern Age

In this modern age, remembering a loved one who has passed has become a significant event for family and friends. The current culture helped the funeral industry keep up with the social media trend by creating memorials or personalized obituaries.

How to Write an Obituary

An obituary is a practical way to convey the wake, viewing, and visitation details of a loved one who passed away. It’s also an expression to commemorate the life of the deceased. Here’s a simple guide on how to write an obituary and the elements that you need to consider.

Green Burial: A Natural and Eco-Friendly Life After Death

Death can positively impact the lives of the living. An open-minded approach on commemorating the deceased offers a new meaning to “life after death”. Innovative eco-friendly concepts influence how we see death and treat the dead.