We cant do a lot about death. We can very much impact life – our own and others.
When we die, we want to leave a life story that can speak to others both now and in generations to come. This article describes how posting a life story on an online memorial service site can help celebrate a life and encourage others.
If you are still hurting from a previous relationship then this article will help you to release that pain and move on.
Is fear and worry holding you back from reaching your goals and dreams? Discover a simple formula to overcome your fears and begin moving towards your dreams.
Flowers have been displayed at the time of one’s passing in nearly every culture throughout time, and their importance continues today. At funerals, wakes, memorials, and cremation services, flowers and plants are a sensitive way to commemorate the life of the departed, express heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved family, and provide an important element of natural beauty in an otherwise somber environment…
Finding the right words to say when someone has passed away can be difficult.
Provides ideas for someone who has just lost a loved one and is looking for ideas on how to set up a memorial for their loved one. Many people feel like they want to do more than just have a funeral, memorial service or life celebration, this article will give you some ideas of where to begin.
Celebrating the life of a loved one can be done in different ways.
This article contains advice about getting into a rebound relationship immediately after the breakup of another broken relationship. It discusses reasons why a person should not jump right back into the dating scene before they are completely healed emotionally.
Too often people confuse emotional intelligence with controlling their emotions; shutting them down and being stoic. This is a tragedy waiting to happen. Read this alternative view on emotional intelligence that honors the experience and pain of living life during difficult times. There is a better response for all.
Have you ever lost someone close to you to death? We go through a grief process that was best described by Elizabeth Kublar-Ross in On Death and Dying. In it she talks about the five stages that people go through—denial and isolation; anger; bargaining; depression and finally acceptance. The dying, as well as those who love them, go through these stages although rarely at the same time and these stages are not predictable.
You may think you are in the anger phase, then j…