The Complete Guide to Sending Funeral Flower Arrangements

Funeral flower arrangements are a beautiful way to celebrate life and to show sympathy for friends and family who are grieving a loss. Some funerals are full of flower arrangements, while others keep things simple with a funeral spray of flowers on the casket. Choosing flowers for a funeral requires…...

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How to Honor a Deceased Loved One at Christmas—Or Any Other Holiday

The holidays are usually a time to gather in celebration and merriment with your closest friends and family, but after losing a loved one, the holiday season can start to feel unmanageable. Especially if it’s your first Christmas without a loved one, it might feel strange to celebrate without them.…...

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How to Plan Safe Funerals During COVID-19

This year, families around the world have learned the unique challenges of planning funerals during COVID-19. Funerals have historically been large gatherings where people hug and sing and often share a meal, but 2020 has changed the way we plan and attend funerals. In the midst of coronavirus, some funeral…...

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What To Include in Your Funeral Planning Checklist

Planning a funeral can be stressful, especially if you’re planning a funeral for the first time, and it’s easy (and understandable) to forget important items or tasks in the midst of grieving. If this is your first time planning a funeral, you might have questions about the process, such as,…...

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How to Receive Social Security Death Benefits After a Loved One Passes

Applying for social security death benefits after a loved one’s passing can feel like a complicated and overwhelming process, especially in the midst of grieving your loved one, but it’s actually quite simple once you know the steps and the proper channels to go through.  So how does Social Security…...

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How to Avoid Caregiver Burnout

Hospice workers and caregivers are a crucial and integral part of end-of-life care, but avoiding caregiver burnout can be a challenge. From assisting with basic needs to monitoring medications, caregivers provide health and well-being support for the elderly and terminally ill. As you can imagine, caring for patients who are…...

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