Why Funerals Are Crucial In Grieving The Loss Of A Loved One

Grief is universal. When a loved one dies, many people experience sadness, regret, anger, amongst other emotions. The process of grief often comes with mourning rituals at a funeral parlour with varying customs across different cultures. Although funerals are mostly...

5 Ways To Remember A Departed Loved One During the Holidays

  Dealing with the loss of a loved one is never easy, and it may be especially painful during the holidays. Amidst all the festive celebrations and joy, you may be grieving either a recent loss of a loved one or one that happened at around this time in the past. This...

Facing Death: 4 Tips To Prepare Your Family For It

Death is the one thing that all of us will face eventually. However, many people feel uncomfortable talking about death and tend to sweep it under the carpet. As we age, it’s even more important to begin talking about death especially to be better prepared for the...

Do’s and Don’ts To Consider When Picking a Funeral Parlour

Thinking about the death of a loved one can be unbearable; with grief comes intense feelings of anxiety and sadness. But aside from the emotional aspect of death, you may also feel stressed from having to deal with practical issues like funeral arrangements. With that...

Death Positivity: A Guide To Embracing Death In Your Life

While death is often associated with gloom and painful endings, it’s something that happens to all of us. In recent years, however, that mindset has started to change. And with that, the death positive movement was born. Death positivity is a turn of culture, from one...

5 Ways To Offer Your Support To A Friend Who’s Grieving

When a close friend of yours is grieving after the loss of a loved one, you may find yourself struggling to find the right words to say. The grief process often brings intense pain and emotions to the bereaved. And the pain isn’t something that goes away after leaving...

Empathy Vs Sympathy: How To Show Your Concern During A Loss

Going through grief is difficult after losing a loved one, so it’s important for one to have a trusted support system. If you know someone who is experiencing a loss, you’d want to be supportive – but you may not always understand the best way to do so. Instead of...

5 Ways to Memorialise and Remember Your Departed Loved Ones

Saying goodbye to someone you love is a process that doesn’t just end after the funeral service. For people who have experienced the death of a closed loved one, they may find that their grief does not lessen with them – in fact, grief might never completely go away....

4 Ways to Manage Your Stress When Making Funeral Preparations

Experiencing a loved one’s death can conjure up some of our darkest emotions: sadness, fear, anger, and anxiety. These emotions can add on to the stress you are already facing, triggering the brain to release more cortisol, also known as the stress hormone. Too much...

3 Simple Guidelines To Choosing Clothing for the Deceased

One aspect that many bereaved families might overlook during funeral arrangements is choosing the clothing of the deceased. It might not be a simple decision for some, considering this will be the last time family members and funeral visitors might be able to see the...