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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.
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 […]Continue Reading
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 […]Continue Reading
Grief is a journey compiled of different emotions that can be overwhelming at times. Everyone copes with grief in a different way and that is okay. Sometimes words of support from family and friends simply do not feel like enough to help us through the process. When these times arise, it can be helpful to […]Continue Reading
When you are sick or grieving the loss of a loved one, it can be crazy how many times you will hear, “let me know if you need anything” or “I wish there was something I could do.” All of which are nice thoughts, but often times those who have been in your shoes before […]Continue Reading
Often when you think of a funeral service or a memorial service, the first thing that comes to mind is sad, dreadful, tear-filled, mourning, or more simply put, “depressing.” While all of these terms may be true, the reason we hold these services is to remember our loved one and to honor the life they […]Continue Reading