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Grief Support Groups & Resources for the Bereaved: A Comprehensive Guide

Losing a loved one is one of the most difficult and painful experiences one can go through. The grieving process can be overwhelming and isolating, leaving many individuals feeling lost and alone. However, it is important to know that there are resources and support available to help you navigate your grief. At Trupoint Memorials, we understand the importance of providing support and comfort during this difficult time. While we specialize...

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A Guide to Pre-plan a Funeral

Pre-planning for funeral seems like a useless thing. After all why to prepare for your demise in advance, right? But, logically it makes sense. Today, more and more people pre-plan for your funeral. While years ago it may seem like a ‘sales tactics,’ but today people are embracing it because of its so many benefits. These plans are definitely a good option for the family member who left behind after...

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Aspects to Consider When Buying Cremation Urns for Ashes

The universal truth of life is – One who is born has to die. This is a fact that no one can deny as each one of us have to leave this life and body one day. Losing a family member or friend is a difficult phase in life, especially when you have shared a strong bonding and moments with each other. However, no one can run from funeral arrangements,...

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Do’s and Don'ts of Funeral Etiquette

If you recently heard of someone you know passing away, you may feel sad and anxious at the same time. Sad because all those good memories will flashback and anxious because of not knowing how to deal with it. This anxiety could come from the uncertainty of not knowing the proper funeral etiquette. It can be challenging to find the right words and act appropriately in such a serious setting,...

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Funeral And Wake Etiquette

If you've recently heard of the death of someone you know, you may feel a mixture of sadness and anxiety. The anxiety could be from uncertainty about proper funeral etiquette. It can be challenging to find the right words and act appropriately in such a serious setting, and this can be even more challenging if you have not attended many funerals. So, if you find yourself in a situation where...

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What To Take With You To A Funeral

Ideal things to take for a funeral Nothing can bring back the loss of a dear one, be it a friend or relative, and the grieving family is still coming to terms with the harsh reality. For some people, it’s difficult to come up with the appropriate things to take for a funeral because it’s not a regular occasion and it’s often laden with emotional triggers. Moreover, it’s a solemn...

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Whаt Tо Sау Аnd Nоt Tо Sау Аt A Funeral

Whаt Tо Sау Аnd Nоt Tо Sау Аt A Funeral Many of uѕ feel unсоmfоrtаblе аbоut аttеnding viѕitаtiоnѕ and funеrаl services bесаuѕе wе juѕt don’t knоw what tо say tо thе bereaved. Wе wаnt tо соmfоrt thе fаmilу, tо оffеr our help, tо ѕhоw оur ѕuрроrt, but wе are аfrаid of ѕауing the wrоng thing and аfrаid оf saying nothing аt аll. Aftеr thе funеrаl, our diѕсоmfоrt mау kеер uѕ...

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Understanding the Different Purposes of Funeral Services

The funeral is a depressive word in itself. No one wants to use this word ever, but this is not under our control. At some point in life, we have to use this word and become a part of it. Today, pre-planning funeral has been trending. Some people are looking to get the best funeral ceremony for them after their demise. They want to make their last wishes true and...

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5 Unique Ways to Remember Your Loved Ones

Death is the reality of life and losing someone you love is one of the worst feelings ever.Anyone who has lost their loved ones has different ways to mourn. If your loved one has recently passed away and you want to make them always alive in your heart, there are many options available. From creating a memorial garden, displaying a portrait to keeping their ashes or remains in cremation urns,...

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Considerations When Flying With Cremated Ashes

Losing a loved one is one of the emotionally draining experiences of an individual’s life.  With stress and depression in the air, it becomes more challenging when you have to travel with the ashes or remain of the deceased. Understanding what to do as soon as you reach the airport can make the pain less emotionally and mentally exhausting. What to expect when flying with cremated Ashes People who have...

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