Helping a Child Grieve: Five Tips for Parents
If you are the parent of small children and you have lost a loved one, you have to help your child through the funeral services and through the grieving process. While that reality may look different for everyone, there are some tips that can help you through it. Keep these ideas in mind if you are helping a child grieve. 1. Let the kid decide if they want to attend the funeral
How to arrange a secular funeral
When your closest companions part, a funeral which respects and celebrates the way they lived their life can help bring closure. If your friend or family member was non-religious there are various options for secular funerals. Speak to funeral directors about the options for non-religious ceremonies; they will be able to help you decide if one of the following would be the best way to look back on your loved one’s life.