Arranging for funeral services after the death of a loved one is a big responsibility. There are a few rules you should follow to make sure that you're handling this responsibility properly and taking full advantage of the funeral services available in your area. The following are four rules to follow when you're in need of funeral services. Make sure you're doing things according to the wishes of the deceased
13 April 2022
Whether someone is planning a funeral for someone they have recently lost or they are doing some pre-planning for themselves, you can be helpful to someone as they explore funeral homes and start the often-emotional funeral planning process. Funeral services can be difficult to plan for someone who is so dramatically impacted by the death of a loved one, so stepping in to help a loved one make rational and timely decisions can make the planning process much easier.
7 February 2022
Some people think about their loved ones and believe the only way to memorialize them is through a funeral or through scattering their remains. There are many other ways to memorialize your loved one. Some of these ways can be as unique as the loved one you are missing so terribly. Here are a few of those ways and what you should know about each one. Tattoo Many people use a tattoo to help memorialize their lost loved ones.
12 November 2021
With increased changing views when it comes to death, cremation is now popular in many parts of the world. People are continuously seeking a deeper spiritual understanding and the environmental benefits of the practice, hence embracing it. Cremations are also a cheaper method of interring a deceased person compared to burying them. That said, if this is your first cremation ceremony, you should take time to understand what the process entails.
9 September 2021
Cremation, as a body disposal method, has existed since time immemorial. Today, more people are shifting to cremation due to the unique benefits. Such benefits include affordability, convenience, and environmental sustainability. Usually, cremation is a personal wish or the desire of the family. In a cremation service, the body is exposed to very high temperatures and turned into ashes. The cremated ashes are then put in an urn and handed to the family.
23 June 2021
Planning a funeral can be difficult enough when you know that most of the people who will show up are family and friends that are known to you. But when you have to plan a funeral for a person who was in the public eye, even in a minor way, things can be more complicated. A person doesn't need to have been an international celebrity to draw a large crowd at their funeral — if your loved one was, for example, a popular local politician, it's likely that they touched many lives and that many people will want to pay their respects.
31 March 2021
A miscarriage is a very particular kind of tragedy, and there's no right or wrong way to process the aftermath. Some families might wish to simply assimilate their pain and move on, without any type of funeral service. Others will decide to acknowledge that they've lost a member of their family, even when they didn't get a chance to meet the newest member of their family, and will want to give the occasion the sense of ceremony they believe it needs.
4 January 2021