My Story In Japan
A big change happened when I was 18 years ago. It was a big turning point of my fate. When I was 18 years ago, I had…
The Finalest Of Final Documents: the Mail Brings
When there is a death in the family, there are certain things that you know will happen. There are other things that…
Choosing Cemetery Gravestone for Your Parents
The grief of death of a parent may last long. It is often hard to get over the emotional chaos that death of a parent…
How to Do I Pick A Funereal Parlor?
We are never ready, never prepared for the loss of a loved one. How many of us have ever, sit down with a close family…
Latest In Cremation Options
Beginning Persians and Phoenicians cremated their deceased and in Historic Greece and Rome, incineration was seen as…
How to Clean Your Marble Headstones
Whenever a loved one passes away, we are eager to build memorials for them. We do it with a lot of love and respect.…
Death Dying Articles (46)
Life Must Go on
Part 1 I was only 18 years old when i got married to a man who is 10 years older than me.That was 1990. I may not say he was a perfect guy but he was good enough to be a good husband and a good father. A good provider...…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Death Dying   Mar 26, 2011  
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Looking Forward
Looking Forward Being a widow at age 25 is very challenging. Being single parent of three children ,life is so hard to think about. But i need to look forward for our future. My life in the province is worst than simple . W e dont haveelectricity.We just use a…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Death Dying   Mar 26, 2011  
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What Do You Believe?
For as long as I can remember I’ve believed in God. Sure, there have been times in my life that I have questioned his existence, but I’ve always had this deep down gut feeling that he is there, somewhere. I don’t know how faith works, but it does. I don’t…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Death Dying   Aug 16, 2011  
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Tips on Coping With the Loss Of A Parent
My Mom was my rock. She was the one I ran to when nothing seemed to go my way. When I would want to give up on home schooling my children, she would be right there cheering me on and encouraging me to stick with it and see it through.…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Death Dying   May 07, 2013  
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Latest In Cremation Options
Beginning Persians and Phoenicians cremated their deceased and in Historic Greece and Rome, incineration was seen as a military honor. At this article you can inform yourself on just a basic things but if you need detailed info about this topic contact Old Mission Oceanside Cemetery and cemetery staff will…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Death Dying   Mar 16, 2015  
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The Finalest Of Final Documents: the Mail Brings Back the Pain
When there is a death in the family, there are certain things that you know will happen. There are other things that you suspect will happen. And then there are things that are only fleeting blips of reality in your stream of consciousness, thoughts that you push away as quickly…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Death Dying   Sep 05, 2012  
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Funeral Services Radcliffe, Call the Specialists When You Need Them
Losing someone close to you, no matter if it is a friend or a family member is definitely a shock. This shock will not allow you to focus on making the right arrangements for the wake and funerals, all you will think about is your grief. In these sad situations,…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Death Dying   Dec 28, 2015  
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Funeral Service Providers: Tips on Shopping
The responsibility of giving a dignified funeral to a loved one is the toughest thing one can bear. Everything has to be done fast; you won’t have time even to grieve for the loss of your dear one. Still, there is no choice; someone has to do the job. The…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Death Dying   Feb 09, 2015  
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When Death Is Wrong
Nobody likes to hear there has been a death in a family. We can all relate to the fact that the family and friends of that person are grieving. An immense and unfillable hole has been left in the hearts of many people. When it is a young person it…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Death Dying   Mar 05, 2012  
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Choosing the Right Type Of Funeral Service
There is a lot of sentiment attached to the passing of a loved one. It is a time of extreme grief when friends and family members are trying to cope with their loss. At such times, having to worry about funeral details can be additionally disturbing. This is why most…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Death Dying   Mar 31, 2015  
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Serendipity, Taking Life’s Cues from Dr. Seuss
If this was not extraordinary, I would not acknowledge this incidence. Or perhaps coincidence is a better term. I am presently taking a break in my career after my mother unexpectedly passed away this fall. I am focusing more time on my family, and carefully considering my next career move.…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Death Dying   Dec 04, 2013  
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Choosing A Cemetery
Professions for cemeteries • An officer of a church who responsibility is maintaining the surroundings of a cemetery. • A person who digs graves • A funeral Director or an undertaker or a mortician who is engaged in the profession of funeral rituals. • A Stone Mason • A mortuary…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Death Dying   Mar 17, 2015  
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The Grieving Child: There is No Right Way to Mourn A Loss
When a loved one dies, everyone in the family handles the loss differently. Some may be inconsolable for a day or two and then go on like nothing happened a few days later. Some may be miserable wrecks for weeks on end and others may find themselves on the edge…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Death Dying   Oct 03, 2012  
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Competitive Funeral Services Leeds
Individuals who would like to arrange their own funerals and to take care of this financial aspect while they are still alive will discover that they have numerous options. Funeral Services Leeds are diversified and reputed service providers work hard to ensure you are pleased with their funeral packages. Woodland…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Death Dying   Dec 28, 2015  
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Funeral Service Providers: Choosing A Director
When it comes to conducting a funeral, you are offered two options; entrust the task with a renowned group or choose a funeral director. A majority of the people go for a professional based on the recommendations from friends and family members. Whatever is your preferred mode of choice, the…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Death Dying   Feb 10, 2015  
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Practical Help After A Death
It was many years ago in the time when appearance mattered, women wore gloves and everyone remembered their hat in public. Mother’s stayed home and dads were the bread winner. Tragedy struck. Unexpectedly the man of the house was killed. Understandably the house was in chaos. The wife was in…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Death Dying   Mar 05, 2012  
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To Fold Or Not to Fold
I stared across the table towards her, feeling a mixture of pity and uncomfortableness. Her listless eyes pointed down at the playing cards in her hand, but she appeared not to perceive them. “Judy,” my Uncle Jim tried to focus her attention, “do you wanna bet or pass?” She blinked…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Death Dying   Apr 06, 2015  
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How to Cope With Grief
In today’s society, grief is something that run rampantly among family members whether, mother, father, children, or other immediate relationship. So has this experience existed since the beginning of time but for some reason it seem harder and problematic as far as finding resolution. We may ask yourselves as to…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Death Dying   May 31, 2014  
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Helpful Tips In Choosing Cemetery
The choice of a final resting place is something extremely personal for a majority of people. For this reason, they arrange everything in advance. However, others leave the decision to their families. If the death happens unexpectedly, the task is sure to be a real strain. One has to handle…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Death Dying   Mar 18, 2015  
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How to Do I Pick A Funereal Parlor?
We are never ready, never prepared for the loss of a loved one. How many of us have ever, sit down with a close family member or friend, and discuss what kind of funereal you want to have when you die? I bet very few. For most people speaking of…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Death Dying   Jan 18, 2013  
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Main Reasons to Hire Experienced Funeral Directors Doncaster Has
Thinking that you won't be able to deal with the preparation of the funeral? Well, these moments are very difficult for everybody and that is why everybody will recommend you to hire a team of funeral directors Doncaster located. An impeccable management of all the funeral plans Doncaster directors will…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Death Dying   May 09, 2016  
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Guide to Choose Funeral Service Providers
Funeral is the most competitive industry at present. When consumers are confronted with the task of choosing a service, they face a tough time; choices abound in number. When combined with the grief they have to bear upon losing their dear one, situation becomes worse. Still, making a choice does…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Death Dying   Feb 11, 2015  
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Death And Dying – the Tragedy Of Loosing A Child
An article written by a fellow author, reminded me of this tragic incident, where a friend and I became involved to aid grieving parents, house friends we had known for years. Acting as an aide during a time of grievance, relieving some of the duties requiring attention, can allow the…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Death Dying   Mar 06, 2012  
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Finding Local Funeral Directors Streatham Using the Internet
The Internet is a powerful search tool that the digital age harnesses to ditch the factors of space and time. It goes for regular and emergency service seeking, shopping merchandise from online counters at less than retail price, scavenging the wholesale sites for great deals and much more. As for…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Death Dying   Sep 09, 2015  
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Mortality And Questions Of Life
My Mother died a year ago in January. My husband and I took care of her while she was ill. I found myself contemplating my mortality and asking questions about my life status. As I watched my Mother fail day by day, it made me all the more contemplative. It…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Death Dying   Dec 03, 2014  
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Choosing Cemetery: Money Saving Tips for Funeral
The significance of saving for future is a common knowledge. People generally do it too; they want to lead a comfortable life after retirement. But, even well-educated persons tend to forget or avoid the topic of death. They leave it to their loved ones causing unwanted stress and other troubles…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Death Dying   Mar 19, 2015  
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Talking to Kids About the Connecticut Shootings
I have struggled where to publish this but I decided this is a good place and it can be passed on to those that you would like to see it. In the aftermath of the killings in Connecticut on Friday, there is so much talk about it that our children…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Death Dying   Dec 18, 2012  
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Planning A Cremation
Cremation services Delray Beach allows for transportability of the remains. This is usually one of the reasons why some people choose cremation over the traditional means. Cremation would allow for the remains to be with their loved ones and can bring it home or take it anywhere they go. Sometimes…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Death Dying   May 28, 2016  
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My Story In Japan
A big change happened when I was 18 years ago. It was a big turning point of my fate. When I was 18 years ago, I had a chance to go to Japan for youth exchange through the recommendation of Lion's Club. Thanks to Lion's Club for giving me this…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Death Dying   Feb 24, 2015  
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Losing A Child; A Loss to All Parents
Last month a wonderful family lost their son in a car accident. He was only 19. Why do we always say ‘only’ in these circumstances? I’m sure it’s because we all know there ‘should’ be so much more to life. Loving, experiencing, growing, doing, being…. now all gone. I didn’t…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Death Dying   Mar 22, 2012  
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