How to Approach the Talk: Encouraging Your Loved Ones to Make End of Life Decisions

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Sitting down and having a long conversation with a loved one about what they want to happen after they pass on can be emotional but it is a pivotal step.

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Five Facts You May Not Know About Cremation

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Not only is cremation cost-effective, but also it offers additional benefits. Here are five facts about cremation that you might not have known.

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Your Funeral Planning Checklist

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Planning a funeral is difficult. On top of the emotional toll of saying goodbye to a loved one, there are a litany of logistical details to be managed.

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Three Things You Spend Too Much Money On and Affordable Alternatives

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Nobody likes spending too much money when they could have gotten something just as good for fewer dollars. Here are three things that people overspend on.

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Five Tips for Coping with the Loss of a Spouse

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The death of a spouse is never easy. When you’ve chosen to build a life together, it is always hard to see it cut short, whether it lasted one year or 50.

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Five Ways to Honor Your Loved One’s Legacy

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Once the funeral is over, you should consider a few ways to honor your loved one’s legacy for years to come – that’s how you keep his or her memory alive.

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Things We Wish We’d Done Sooner

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What would you tell your 20-year-old self if you had the chance? Explore the things you wish you’d done sooner with a decade by decade look at life.

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Funeral Rituals Throughout History and How They’ve Changed

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How did past funeral traditions differ from those of today and how have ancient funeral ceremonies influenced modern ones? Some practices are truly ancient.

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What to Do When You Notice Warning Signs of Dementia

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Going through dementia is hard on be hard on both the patient and his or her loved ones, which is why early detection is critical to limiting symptoms.

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How to Plan an Eco-Friendly Funeral

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Planning green burials is a growing movement that beginning to replace more traditional funeral services as more people seek to lower their carbon footprint.

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