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Tips for Letting Go of a Loved One While Keeping Them Close to Your Heart

Grieving is a long process that can take years and often causes a lot of pain. Many times, grieving individuals hinder their own progress by feeling guilt regarding their recovery process. They don...
By Brian K. Daly
In Our Blogs
Wednesday, June 6, 2018

Unique Ways to Memorialize a Loved One

When a loved one is gone, you want to retain a piece of them to honor their memory. Some choose traditional means like photographs, videos, or paintings while others want something more special and...
By Brian K. Daly
In Our Blogs
Friday, May 25, 2018

Celebrant Or Clergy Member - Which Should I Choose And Why?

All funerals require a celebrant or a clergy member to complete the last rights and offer some words of wisdom. They’re an integral aspect of the funeral process, which is why many family members t...
By Brian K. Daly
In Our Blogs
Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Personalizing a Funeral Service on a Budget

Many modern funerals don’t follow the rigid structure of traditional services. A decedent’s loved ones often want something unique, truly representative of a deceased individual’s character and lif...
By Brian K. Daly
In Our Blogs
Monday, April 23, 2018

Pre-Planning Your Funeral

Many people aren’t comfortable with the idea of pre-planning a funeral or thinking about death when they’re relatively healthy. However, this process has many benefits that can make life easier for...
By Brian K. Daly
In Our Blogs
Monday, April 16, 2018

What Goes Into the Expense of a Standard Funeral?

Organizing a funeral can be an expensive proposition and most people aren’t aware of the costs up until the time they actually have to plan and pay for one. There are a number of different services...
By Brian K. Daly
In Our Blogs
Tuesday, March 27, 2018

What Can You Do with the Ashes of a Cremated Loved One?

When a person passes away, people often wonder what they should do with their cremated remains. There are a few different options open to you with reference to what you can do with the ashes of you...
By Brian K. Daly
In Our Blogs
Thursday, March 15, 2018

Previous Posts

Understanding the Cremation Process

Burying a deceased loved one in a conventional burial ground is a process is more familiar than a cremation. The latter is now being chosen by many for its simplicity, cost-effectiveness, and conve...

5 Tips to Help a Friend Through the Grieving Process

Many people aren’t too sure about how they can help their friend who has lost a loved one, through the grieving process and end up making mistakes. Here are some tips that can help: Go with the ...

Cremation Facts - Everything You Need to Know

Today, many people are veering away from traditional burials and opting for cremations. This is more relevant in the case of individuals that are considering pre-planning their funeral and want to ...

How Does Compounded Grief Affect our Coping Abilities?

Most people find it very difficult to cope with grief and the simple fact is that grief simply tends to build on itself. While some people do manage to cope with their grief in a stable manner, oth...

Understanding Cremation Pricing

Funeral or cremation expenses can be an unexpected financial burden sometimes, especially for families who have lost their primary earning member. People need to have a good idea of the expenses in...

Coping With Loss of a Loved One During the Holiday Season

There’s no one way to cope with the loss of a loved one and there’s no strict timeline to follow. The grief won’t just vanish six months or a year after you experience the loss. The loss of a loved...

Social Media Meets Funeral Service. The Pro's and Cons

With social media being an increasing part of our lives, it is important to understand the key role it can play in planning a funeral service or dealing with a loved one’s passing. Here are some of...