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More Than Just Providing Funeral Services: 5 Duties of Funeral Directors That Enable People to Deal With Death

When it comes to funeral services, whether typical burials or cremation services, funeral directors are needed. These professionals basically arrange funerals. But what does that mean, exactly? How do funeral directors help people get through losing their loved ones? While they can be stressful, painful and even scary, funerals are important ceremonies. Not only do [...]

Suicide Prevention Tips

A suicidal individual may be tough to detect. Many don’t show any obvious signs of wanting to harm themselves. The truth is, the majority of people who contemplate suicide don’t necessarily want to die. Instead, they just want the pain to end. They want to stop hurting, and often suicide is often the only way [...]

By |November 19th, 2018|Blog|0 Comments

Things to Keep in Mind When Mourning

Experiencing grief is a very life-changing event. The loss can be so devastating you will not be the same person again. The thought of losing someone you love is so shuddering that the subject is altogether avoided in many cultures. However, the subject of grief is something that must be confronted, no matter how difficult [...]

On Suffering, The Five Stages of Grief and Moving On Part 3: More on DABDA and Staying Strong

In the previous article, we showed to you what the five stages of grief are and how they came to be, plus a short definition on what each stage is.  To give you a brief recap, the five stages, otherwise known as the Kübler-Ross Model, experienced by a person going through a traumatic episode are [...]

On Suffering, The Five Stages of Grief and Moving On Part 2: The Five Stages of Grief

In the first part of this three-part article series, we’ve touched very briefly on how the ancient philosophies viewed the concept of evil and the immense suffering it caused to mankind. We got a very basic idea on what it’s like to suffer and how the people from back then made sense of it all. [...]

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