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In our blog, we share resources and information that families in our community can use to cope with their loss or better understand their grief. We also write about ways we have been involved in the community. Check out our latest posts below.

Tomorrow Isn’t Promised

Posted on February 8, 2022 by Sarah Driskell | Leave a comment
Posted under Health & Wellness

As Americans, we are always preparing and planning for things that are not promised. We are always looking ahead to things that are not guaranteed. The hustle and bustle of our day to day and what is expected of us as we grow older can sometimes overwhelm us to the point of constantly focusing on […]

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“What Does Veterans Day Mean To You?”

Posted on November 10, 2021 by Sarah Driskell | Leave a comment
Posted under Holidays

  As Veterans Day comes each year, we may all have different views of this special day and what it means. To some of us, this is a Holiday where schools are closed, and we are off work. To others, it is just another day with the daily hustle and bustle. Veterans Day is a […]

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The 5 Love Languages

Posted on September 22, 2021 by Sarah Driskell | Leave a comment
Posted under Grief Help, Health & Wellness

  Gary Chapman, a well-known American Author and relationship psychologist, wrote The Five Love Languages in 1995. In his book, he writes about the 5 ways people express and receive love. The book is meant to help you better understand these love languages allowing you to love better and grow closer in all of your […]

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Funeral Etiquette

Posted on August 3, 2021 by Sarah Driskell | Leave a comment
Posted under Most Common Questions

    One thing is for certain, no two funerals are the same. Traditional funerals, memorial services, and celebrations of life are each unique in their own way. Then, when differences in religion, culture, and personal preferences are mixed in, all of these services become personally unique. While preparing for unique services such as a […]

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Children Grieve Too

Posted on June 25, 2021 by Sarah Driskell | Leave a comment
Posted under Grief, Grief Help

  Children, like adults, grieve the loss of loved ones. Whether they are dealing with the passing of a parent, sibling, grandparent, aunt or uncle, cousin, friend, or neighbor they will deal with some form of grief. Death is hard for a child of any age to understand so it is important for us, as […]

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