A Time to Reflect. A Time to Heal. A Time to Remember.

Thinking of You During the Holidays. 

As we round the corner to the holidays and a new year, we're here right beside you as you remember the special loved one you lost. Below, we invite you to join us for our annual reflection and remembrance service, dedicated to those we lost in 2021 and beyond.

Our caring staff extends our deepest wishes for a holiday season filled with unexpected moments of peace and joy.

Grateful for you,

Jim Busch


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Holiday Grief Resources

Grief occurs 365 days a year. But we understand that feelings of grief and loss may intensify during the holiday season. Explore our holiday-specific grief resources below. Our hope is that you find peace this holiday season—and beyond.

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35+ Ways to Keep a Loved One’s Memory Alive This Holiday Season

If you’re dealing with grief this holiday season, know that you’re not alone. While your loved one is no longer physically present, there are many ways to honor their memory in your thoughts and actions.

For inspiration this holiday season, consider starting these new traditions for remembrance. >>>

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Personal Stories from Our Community: Holiday Grief Advice

With the holiday season in full swing, some of us are feeling less than joyful this year. That’s why we asked you—our Northeast Ohio community—to share how you’ve personally handled holiday grief. 

Discover personal grief stories from our community and readers.>>>

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5 Ways to Create New Holiday Traditions After a Loss

What happens when you lose an integral part of holiday tradition? After a loved one passes, you may be tempted to keep things exactly as they were before. Or, you may feel like you need to change or skip a tradition altogether.

This resource offers suggestions on how to keep old holiday traditions alive while creating new memories for your family to cherish for years to come.>>>


7 Ways to Stay Positive in the New Year While Grieving

Welcoming the new year is a time to gather with family and friends; a time to celebrate new beginnings. But it can also be an overwhelming experience for those who have recently lost a loved one and are dealing with grief.

If you or someone you know recently lost a loved one, consider these strategies to focus on the positive in the coming year.>>>


5 New Year’s Resolutions for the Bereaved

The new year means a fresh start. It’s an opportunity to let go of the past and look forward to the future. But, welcoming the new year can be extremely difficult for those who have experienced the loss of a loved one.

Here are a number of New Year’s resolutions for grievers on their journey to healing. >>>

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8 Thoughtful Gift Ideas for Grieving Loved Ones

How can help yourself or someone you love who is grieving? While there’s no one-size-fits-all solution or timeline for grief, small gifts or kind actions show you recognize their pain and that you’re there for them.

Below are some caring gift ideas that can help comfort your loved ones or a gift of self-care for yourself.>>>

Grief Support for the Holidays and Beyond

Grief is a journey. And we're here every step of the way.

To help guide you through your grief journey and provide you with information you need to heal, we encourage you to subscribe to our weekly grief support newsletter, A Journey Towards Healing. 

Sign up for our newsletter to receive weekly emails of encouragement across an entire year of your grief experience. 


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