Death is a touchy subject. Not many people are comfortable talking about it and when a death in the family occurs, it’s hard enough to call up family members and give them the terrible news. Add social media into the mix and now you’ve got a new level of discomfort because you cannot control the information that others post on their own accounts. So how do you let friends and acquaintances know about a death on or any social media? In fact, should you even announce a death using social media as an outlet?
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Choosing, Handling, and Displaying a Memorial for Your Loved One Choosing the right urn can be a challenging process. Whether you’re loing for a small keepsake memorial or a full-sized urn, there are many options available to you. This guide will help you understand those options so you can select the perfect urn. Selecting an…
Photographs are than just pieces of paper or scraps of data; they’re memories of a special person, place, or time. Once a d one has passed, finding ways to preserve these memories becomes important than ever. From hanging a frame behind your desk to setting up a photo memorial in your home, keeping…
Telling family members you them is a daily occurrence – and it doesn’t have to stop after you death. These two people found ways to speak to their d ones every day, no matter what happened:
As much as we wish it were otherwise, a dog’s life doesn’t last forever. After years of companionship and , you will want to make the end of their life as rela and comfortable as possible. This guide is designed to help you through the process or caring for a sick dog; however, you should…
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