Saying and doing the right thing can be difficult when you try to express sympathy of offer condolences to the bereaved. It is important to acknowledge the loss and give support whenever possible. Here are some ways you can express condolences next time and avoid coming off as unsupportive and uncaring.
In the past, when families lost a loved one and had no burial or life insurance to help offset the costs, they held fundraisers that included car washes, bake sales, … Read More
If you’re between the ages of 50 and 85, you have thought about funeral planning, or you’re in the process of it. Although the thought of planning for your death … Read More
When Tanya Castillo lost her 2-year-old daughter to malpractice, she not only had to deal with the devastation surrounding her daughter’s painful death, but she also had no funds to … Read More