What to Do With a Twitter Account After Someone Passes [Series]

The following is the second post in our series about what to do with a social media account after a death. Read our first post on how to handle a ...

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Should You Preplan Your Funeral? 4 Reasons to Help You Decide

There are clear advantages to preplanning your funeral ahead of time, but some people are reluctant to the idea. Death—especially your own— isn’t an...

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Why Is Talking About Death So Taboo?

Death is uncomfortable. Most of us don’t want to talk about it, or plan for it. By facing it, we’re forced to accept the reality of the...

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6 Makings of a Military Funeral Service

Every year on the Fourth of July, we celebrate the birth of America’s independence. With that comes a host of activities, including community parades...

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What’s the Difference Between a Trust and a Will?

When you pass away, you want to be confident that your property and belongings will go to the right people.

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Do We Move On or Move Forward From Grief?

“Grief is so uncomfortable.” That’s one of the opening lines writer Nora McInerny shares in her candid TED Talk about life and death.

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Is Grief Only Associated With Death? 4 Types of Grief You May Experience in Life

For many, the word grief is often associated with death. While it’s normal and natural to grieve the passing of a loved one, grief is not always...

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The Purpose of Funerals: Should You Plan Services for a Loved One During the Coronavirus Crisis?

Funerals are a valuable part of the grieving process, where close family members and friends can gather to celebrate the life lived, rather than the...

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7 Activities for Seniors During Social Isolation

Over that past few weeks, we’ve been completely overwhelmed with news about the COVID-19 pandemic. Many of us feel like there’s no escape from the...

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5 Ways to Stay Connected to a Senior Loved One During Trying Times

As we face the uncertainty of the days, weeks and months ahead, keeping distance from others during times of stress can feel isolating.

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Caring for the Elderly: What Family Caregivers Need to Know About Coronavirus (COVID-19)

As a family caregiver, your top priority is the health and happiness of your loved one. With this, comes a myriad of responsibilities—some of which...

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Understanding the Challenges, Responsibilities and Opportunities That Come With Family Caregiving [Free Resource]

Family caregiving takes on many faces. Some people are preparing to care for a loved one for the first time, with others care for extended periods of...

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