Coping With Loss - Embrace Life
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|What to Say After Someone Dies10|
We care about our friends and family when they’re grieving, but what do we say or do when a friend is overwhelmed by sorrow?
Thinking twice about things will often bring a more positive perspective and improve your general outlook
|A Good End3|
Each year half a million Australians experience the impact of a terminal illness as patients, carers or family members – yet talking about dying is not something that comes naturally to the majority of us.
|Help Each Other Cope With Bereavement2|
Here are some tips to help with the practical arrangements of loss
|How to Plan your own Funeral2|
If you're considering planning your own funeral, here are some tips to help guide you
|What To Do After Someone Dies2|
Here is a guide for the procedures to carry out in the hours and months after someone dies
Caskets, crypts, ash-filled urns and flocks of doves: to funeral home and crematorium directors, it’s all in a day’s work
The passing of three important people in her life showed Paige Kilponen that death can bring some surprising life lessons
|Death Around the World1|
Learn how different cultures bury their dead and celebrate their life.
|Pushing Up Daisies1|
It's harrowing and almost impossible to prepare for, so how does one approach the end of life?
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