Dying to Know: Answers to life’s most frequently asked questions about death (Part 2)

Living well includes a common-sense approach to death. It happens to us all, yet talking about our end-of-life plans or voicing our fear is considered taboo or morbid. Part 2 of our frequently asked questions about death.

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Dying to Know: Answers to life’s most frequently asked questions about death (Part 1)

Living well includes a common-sense approach to death. It happens to us all, yet talking about our end-of-life plans or voicing our fear is considered taboo or morbid. 

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Spread Cheer with Small Acts of Kindness

Be a bright spot for someone lonely or going through a rough patch. Each year on July 11th, thoughtful people across the U.S. spread kindness for National Cheer Up the Lonely Day. Keep reading for inspiration on making someone’s day special. 

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Healthy Gift Ideas During Men’s Health Month

June is Men’s Health Month, designed to heighten awareness and encourage conversation about health issues that affect men, from prostate cancer to heart disease. Throughout June, policymakers, healthcare providers, the media, and individuals have a forum to encourage men to seek regular medical advice and early treatment for illness and injury. 

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Boosting Brain Health During Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

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Why We Observe Memorial Day

by Wendy Mize |  Life Celebrations · Memorialization · Veterans

What began as an informal tribute in the turbulent aftermath of the Civil War, became a federal holiday dedicated to America’s fallen service members. Learn why this solemn celebration is always the last Monday in May, the significance of red poppies, and how you can pay respect to the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice.

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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.

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De-Stress and Bring More Joy Into Your Life

Our mental health often suffers after losing someone we love. As you make plans for the months ahead, make sure you prioritize your own happiness and find ways to reduce stress in your life. In the article below, we have put together a list of ideas to help guide you through the next steps of your self-care journey.

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How to Talk About Your End-of-Life Wishes

Make time to consider your final wishes and share your plans with your family. By making your choices known today, you ensure your loved one’s honor and respect your wishes. Below are some tips on how to get the conversation started.

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How different religions honor their lost loved ones

How several religions understand and approach death and the rituals they have built to honor and support those they have lost.

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