Tips for Creating a Grief Basket for Someone Dealing with a Loss

Posted on April 8th, 2019
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At some point in time, you’ll encounter a situation where a friend loses a family member. It’s not always easy to know what to do and say when things like this happen, but you should do and say something. You can convey your condolences, tell your friend that you’re there for them or are praying […]

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There’s Nothing to Fear About Going to a Funeral Home

Posted on April 1st, 2019
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Chances are that you won’t step foot inside of a funeral home until there’s a need to plan final services for a loved one who has passed away. It’s understandable that people don’t really want to be around places connected with death, but the reality is that death is an unavoidable part of the circle […]

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How to Deal with Anniversaries Following a Partner’s Death

Posted on March 25th, 2019
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It can be hard to face an anniversary after your partner has passed away. Even if you’re starting to gain traction and to pick up the pieces after the Hermitage, TN cremation, it can be a struggle if the anniversary of your wedding date approaches. It’s normal to grieve and you can’t really put a timeframe on the […]

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How to Memorialize a Deceased Relative After Cremation

Posted on March 18th, 2019
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On the heels of a cremation, you might feel compelled to hold a memorial service that will basically provide the opportunity for family and friends to gather for the purpose of remembering the deceased. Rather than being a gloomy affair, a memorial, whether held at a funeral home in Nashville, TN or at some other location, should […]

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Places You Can Hold a Memorial After a Cremation in Madison, TN

Posted on March 11th, 2019
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It is customary to hold a memorial service after the cremation of a loved one. A cremation, particularly if there is no funeral service component, won’t always provide the time for your family and friends to meet in the way that would be possible with a traditional funeral service. This is why it makes sense to plan a […]

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