Lessons from Grief

Posted on November 23rd, 2020
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After your loved one’s cremation services in Van Buren, NY, you will begin the most intense part of your grieving journey. As the shock of your loved one’s death wears off and that numb feeling of going through the motions begins to disappear, you will probably be surprised all how strong your emotional and mental […]

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Talk with Your Parents About How They Want to Die

Posted on November 16th, 2020
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You may not want to think about funerals at funeral homes in Van Buren, NY, but you should – not only about your own death and funeral, but about the deaths and funerals of your parents. Death seems to be a scary subject for Americans to talk about, so we avoid it at all costs. […]

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Grief, Mourning, and Public Grief

Posted on November 9th, 2020
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After cremation services in Skaneateles, NY, you will grieve the loss of your loved one. You may hear people say they are mourning the loss of your loved one as well, or they may refer to you as “being in mourning.” Put simply, mourning is grief that is externally expressed. You – and others – […]

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Pandemic Funerals

Posted on November 2nd, 2020
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Funerals at funeral homes in Skaneateles, NY have changed dramatically with the COVID-19 pandemic. With all the restrictions placed on how many people can gather indoors – and outdoors – and the social distancing measures that are designed to keep everyone safer, but that also prohibit close contact among people, it’s impossible for you to […]

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Communicating with Someone Who is Dying

Posted on October 26th, 2020
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Before cremation services offered in Geddes, NY, you may get the chance to spend time and talk with someone who is dying. That person may be an immediate family member or a close friend that you’ve shared a lot of your life with. But, in the face of imminent death, you may find yourself at […]

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