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5 Things You Should Never Say At A Funeral

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When a family is grieving the loss of a loved one, they may be going through immeasurable grief the likes of which they’ve never experience before. In fact, according to Scientific American, this kind of grief can be one of the top stressors in life. The last thing you want to do is add to the stress of someone who is bereaved. Unfortunately, many common platitudes can hurt those whose loved one is deceased.…

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4 Eco-Friendly Caskets For A Green Burial

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In a traditional burial, a casket is used to bury the deceased. However, more and more people are becoming concerned with the impact burials have on the environment. This is leading people to look for environmentally-friendly burial methods. This includes being buried without embalming and in an environmentally-friendly coffin. Here some “coffins” that will allow you to have a green burial. Burial Pod Currently, burial pods are only a matter of concept, but they will hopefully become a standard burial practice in the future.…

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What You Need To Know About Obituaries & Identity Theft

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When a loved one passes away, you want to ensure that the obituary you write is accurate and complete. You want to create an obituary that contains no errors and includes all the pertinent information so that people can remember and mourn for your loved one properly. Unfortunately, all too many people are worried that in providing complete information, they are opening up the doors for identity theft. Want to know how to avoid this?…

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