How Funeral Homes Can Help You Through The Five Stages Of Grief

Posted on: 10 October 2017

We all deal with grief differently, and there is no doubt that the same death can impact two people very differently. No matter how close you are to the person who has passed away, you may experience deep, sudden grief or a more gradual sadness. No matter the case, it is helpful to understand how grief often occurs. It was Elisabeth Kubler-Ross who established the concept of the five stages of grief in a book she wrote in the 1960s.
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Planning On Cremation? Helpful Suggestions For Choosing The Right Memorial Service

Posted on: 26 September 2017

If you've decided to be cremated at a place like Danks-Hinski Funeral Home, there are still some plans that will need to be made. Choosing to be cremated is a very private matter. However, your family may want to have a say in how the cremation services are carried out. Once you've passed away, your family will want the opportunity to grieve, and to say their last goodbyes to you. While you're planning your cremation, it's important that you plan the rest of the services, as well.
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3 Things to Do Now for End of Life Planning

Posted on: 11 September 2017

No one likes to think about their own death, but taking a small amount of time to do so now can save your family a world of heartache and effort later. Fortunately, many of things you need to do to handle end of life planning only require a small initial investment of time, then they can be maintained with little effort going forward. Here are some things to consider setting up.
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Why Cremation Is An Option To Consider As You Approach Your Senior Years

Posted on: 30 August 2017

Many people prefer the option of cremation over burial, but it is often especially appealing to seniors. Cremation provides more flexibility when it comes to dealing with your body and the service that follows your death. If you choose a traditional burial, you are on a tighter schedule. When you're cremated, you can have a memorial months later if necessary. Here's a look at why cremation could be an option you want to consider when you are in your senior years.
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