3 Things You Should Know for Best Friends Day
Someone once said: “There are friends, there is family, and then there are friends who become family.” Our best friends are always there for us in ways that parents, siblings, and even spouses are not. At certain life stages, friendships mean everything to us.Read More
Why Pets Are Awesome!
Is there any better feeling than your dog happily wagging its tail? Or your cat purring on your lap on a chilly evening? In addition to being cute and snuggly, pets enhance our lives in many ways. Taking care of an animal is a big responsibility, but the benefits can be even greater.Read More
Writing Thank You Cards After the Funeral
Many people often feel at a loss for what to say to those who are helping them get through a difficult time. Our advice: keep it brief and direct. Most people recognize that you have numerous thank you notes to write. They will understand if you keep it straightforward and simple. See examples below.Read More
When You Lose Your Spouse
Losing a spouse is an intensely emotional experience. Although logically we know that lives come to an end, facing reality feels overwhelming. Keep reading for suggestions on finding a support system, self-care, and other helpful suggestions after losing a spouse.Read More
6 Things You Should Know About Being a Funeral Director
There's probably a lot most people don't know about Funeral Directors and what they do. We know that they are some of the kindest, warmest, hardest-working people we know! We are lucky to work with so many amazing funeral providers across the country. Here are a few more things we know.Read More
What Do You Love Most About Being a Funeral Director?
In honor of National Funeral Director and Mortician Recognition Day, we asked a few of our favorite people what they love most about working in the funeral profession. These were their answers. We are so appreciative of the work they do. Thank you to ALL who've chosen the funeral profession.Read More
Show Some Love for Alzheimer’s & Dementia Professionals & Caregivers
It can be challenging to know how to support and communicate with individuals who suffer from memory loss and cognitive decline. Keep reading to learn more about ways to observe Alzheimer's and dementia education week, memory-boosting tips, and ways to reduce stress on patients and their families.Read More
Paid or Unpaid, U.S. Caregivers Represent a “Cornerstone of Society”
Whether they are loving family members or paid healthcare and social services professionals, the dedicated individuals who identify as U.S. “caregivers” represent profoundly significant sources of support to anyone who is sick or nearing the end of life.Read More