Moving On: 4 Helpful Tips To Manage The Loss Of A Loved One

Life brings with it its fair share of experiences, both good and bad. But amongst all of those that belong to the latter, losing a loved one is undoubtedly one of the most painful things we’ll ever experience. Coping with the grief that follows is never easy, no...

4 Major Misconceptions Many Have About Funeral Homes Today

After the passing of a loved one, many turn to a reliable funeral home that can deliver a funeral service in accordance to the family’s preferences. This offers the family time and headspace to focus on their emotions and mourn their loss. At the same time, the...

4 Key Things To Note When Attending A Roman Catholic Funeral

Funerals of different faiths tend to be carried out differently in terms of rites and traditions. Roman Catholic funerals, in particular, are known to be complex due to the numerous prayers and rituals. Hence, it could be understandable that we would not know what to...

The Key Differences Between Buddhist And Taoist Funerals

Singapore is home to a variety of cultures and, consequently, religious beliefs as well. Two of the more common religions in the country are Taoism and Buddhism. At a glance, their practices and beliefs have similarities that are indistinguishable. However,...

Anticipatory Grief: What It Is And How To Best Cope With It

When there is a loss of someone dear to you, grief is a natural aspect of your recovery process. It can take the form of normal grief, which most people experience after death and during a funeral service. At times, grief can also be delayed or develop into...

A Quick Guide On Choosing The Right Funeral Director For You

Losing a loved one is a difficult process. It requires a great amount of energy and time to cope with such loss. As such, many seek the help of a funeral director to take care of their loved one’s funeral arrangements, allowing themselves to instead focus on grieving...

4 Considerations When Writing A Eulogy For Your Loved One

Losing someone dear to you could be hard on both your family and yourself. One of the best parting gifts you could offer your loved one would be a heartfelt eulogy. However, with many guests waiting to listen to your speech, you might be feeling the nerves wondering...

How The New Funeral Standards Aim to Improve Funeral Service

New guidelines have been set in place as of June 2020 for licensed funeral parlours with their own embalming facility. These conditions are geared to improve the existing standards for funeral services in Singapore. In 2019, there were several reports of embalming...

How A Griever Can Best Cope With The Loss Of A Parent

Grief is a different experience for everyone. It is natural for people to cope differently and at their own pace. On top of that, your unique relationship with your parents could vary greatly from your siblings. It is also important to remember that grieving isn’t a...

Grieving and Daily Life: Coping With Work When Mourning

Mourning is a long-drawn process that spans over weeks, months, or even years. Everyone experiences grief at some point, but this complex emotion may be hard to understand and approach. After the funeral service, you would most likely return to daily life. However,...