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How to grief in today’s social media age?

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We can’t deny the fact that social media is driving our lives to the large extent. From vacation, birthdays to marriage and funerals, if it is not online you are missing something. As you need to follow up with the latest trend. Right? Today, believe it or not, even grieving has also become online. It seems weird but actually true. People are grieving over the death of their loved ones on a social media platform. In this post, we are going to shed light on the ways to grief on social media. Let’s get in Discovering about the tragedy Social...

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Tips for Children and Youth Understand Death and Funeral Services

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So, you are having a death in your family and as a parent, you must be looking for the right way to protect your child. Right? Some parents want to save their kids from the sorrow and the pain of the death and funeral. But to tell you, if you don’t include your children in the death or funeral ceremony, it could do more harm than you can ever imagine. In this post, we are going to learn a few tips for children and youth understand the concept of death and funeral services. So, it becomes easy for them to...

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Different Flowers to Carry when visiting a Funeral

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Flowers for a memorial service say a lot, from a rich shower of fragrant white lilies on a coffin, to a sensitivity wreath that passes on "we're so sad for your loss." Flower plans for funerals can truly explain feelings as well, with botanical showcases formed to read "Love You" or "Tear". A hundred years back or all the more, however, it was an incredible design to use flowers as a code to express messages from the heart. The vast majority of us will connect red roses with an outflow of sentimental love. In the nineteenth century however, they were...

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Tattooing with cremation ashes

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Death of a loved one is one of the traumatic experiences one could have. However, there are many ways by which you can keep the memories of your loved ones alive and one of the ways is getting tattoos with the cremation remains. This might seems off-beat to many of you, but luckily, it can be possible. This is one of the most personalized ways to remember your loved ones forever in your memories. In this post, we are going to cover the aspects of getting the tattoo with the cremated remains of your loved ones. How can it function...

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What you should wear in A Funeral

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With the Bible phrase- Ashes to ashes, dust to dust, the custom of wearing black clothing to funerals is linked. Wearing black clothing symbolizes the dust and ashes of the earth to which all humanity will merge.  Unless a family communicates an interest for guests to wear apparel of a particular colour or style, funeral outfits are for the most part classic, conservative as well as understated. So, let’s read out what women and men should wear while attending a funeral. Correct Funeral Clothing for Women Conservative and classic A woman can wear a simple dress or a business suit...

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