Plan for the Inevitable
Dealing with death is hard, but after you are done grieving you should take the time to honor the life of the one you loss. Just like the grieving process, how you honor a life can vary greatly. How you honor and remember your loved one has no timeline and should be done how and when you feel is right.
A few ways to honor a life are: taking flowers to a grave or memorial site, plan a candle light vigil, look at photos or even just talk about that person.
It is easy to do and yet so often we miss the chances and forget the good times.
Unfortunately, death will come to us all. Planning ahead, whether it be for your death or the death of a loved one, will make the process easier to manage. The process is not an easy one but will take the stress off of grieving family members when the time comes. Funeral plans, services, memorials, andREAD MORE
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