4 Steps To Navigating Your Emotions And Healing From Grief

Nothing in this world can be as heartbreaking as realising that you could never see your loved one ever again. Sadness does not even encapsulate the amalgamation of emotions that you feel in your chest. Everything will be a blur, from being notified of their passing,...

Debunking 4 Misconceptions About Pre-Planned Funerals

As much as life is unpredictable, two things remain constant: birth and death. It may seem rather melancholic, morbid even, that one should consider planning for one’s death. So, it is always a typical situation where funeral planning and the matters thereafter are...

4 Ideas On How You Can Memorialize Your Loved One

One of the more heartbreaking moments after the death of a loved one is the realisation that they are no longer here, and you’d spend an extended period of time trying to come to terms with that fact. Grief is also the desperate attempts to hold onto any memories you...

4 Administrative Tasks To Settle After The Funeral Ceremony

The emotional strain after attending a funeral service can be so overwhelming that you may not feel like yourself again for a while. Grief is a debilitating emotion and just a few days of navigating your thoughts and emotions may not be enough. Unfortunately, pressing...

How To Plan the Budget And Pay For Your Funeral Arrangements

Funeral costs can add financial burden for your loved ones, on top of the emotional stress they are facing, especially if they are not prepared to pay the expenses. When you establish a funeral plan that takes into the financial side of things, it can make the funeral...

How To Divide Personal Possessions When Someone Dies

Usually, when someone dies, most big assets like houses, cars, shares, and savings can be easily distributed because they are the ones mostly accounted for by a will. It also details instructions on the funeral services to be carried out according to the deceased’s...

Convey Your Condolences: 3 Tips For Writing A Sympathy Card

Sympathy cards are often written as soon as you learned that someone you know has lost a loved one. They can then be delivered with accompaniments, such as flowers, drinks, or food. It is a thoughtful way to let them know that you are there for them. Though, sometimes...

5 Steps To Help You Cope With Grief On Significant Dates

Most psychologists unanimously agree that it may take up to 18 months on average for people to not experience significant levels of grief. During this period, most people report that their life may have returned to near normal even though they haven’t forgotten the...

4 Tips To Help You Select The Right Funeral Songs And Music

Music can be a powerful element to include in your memorial or funeral service, to make the ceremony particularly personal and meaningful. More and more people are choosing to use their own music to reflect a meaningful relationship shared with the deceased or leave...

4 Interesting Things You May Not Know About Funerals

Funerals are part and parcel of life, but most people might have little knowledge about it. There can be plenty of misconceptions, taboos and myths surrounding death so it is always good to gain a few pointers – especially when early funeral planning is often...