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Death Doula

Posted on September 28, 2022 by kathy | Leave a comment
Posted under Death, End-Of-Life, Funerals

Death doulas, also known as end-of-life doulas provide non-medical guidance and support for people approaching death and for their families. A relatively new concept in modern America, a doula helps clients make practical to-do lists and help them check it off. Though the term is relatively unknown, the role is common and has storied roots. […]

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Funerary urn with ashes of dead and flowers at funeral. Burial urn decorated with flowers and flower cart in background at memorial service, sad and grieving last farewell to deceased person.

Cremation

Posted on August 29, 2022 by kathy | 1 Comment
Posted under Cremains, Cremation, Embalming, Funerals, Uncategorized

Cremation is an increasingly popular method of body disposal. A more affordable alternative to other forms of disposal, the process reduces the amount of space and environmental impact needed for burial. Cremation also allows families to honor their loved ones in a meaningful way. Eco-Friendly Option Per body, cremation produces between 200-500 pounds of carbon […]

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Queen Elizabeth’s Death & Funeral

Posted on September 21, 2022 by kathy | Leave a comment
Posted under Death, Funerals, Memorials

On September 8, 2022, Queen Elizabeth died peacefully at home at the age of 96. Family and friends surrounded her. The queen was the longest reigning monarch in British history, assuming the throne following her father’s death in 1952. Queen Elizabeth’s death affects millions of people around the world. British Royalty Death Tradition An official […]

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Infant Mortality Month

Posted on September 8, 2022 by kathy | Leave a comment
Posted under Children & Funerals, Death, SIDS

Every 2 hours and 37 minutes, a baby in the United States dies before his or her 1st birthday. What’s more, about 3,700 infants die in the first year of life every year. The 5-year average for 2014–2018 was 39 infants per 100,000 live births. September is National Infant Mortality Awareness Month. In observance of that […]

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Death in America

Posted on August 23, 2022 by kathy | Leave a comment
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Death in American, culturally, centers around denial. In other cultures, people view death as a natural progression in the cycle of life. Most Americans shy away from any conversation, preferring not to talk about death at all.

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