Overdose: Part 2

Posted on March 6th, 2020
Posted by Manny Godoy under Death, Funerals, Overdose, Uncategorized
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In this blog post, part 2, we wrap up the series by discussing the signs of drug addiction so you can spot them before they result in a tragic overdose. Last week, we started a two-part series about Black Balloon Day, which is March 6, 2020. Click here to read the first entry. Part 2 […]

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Group Grief: Losing Kobe Bryant

Posted on February 5th, 2020
Posted by Manny Godoy under Death, Funerals, Grief, Uncategorized
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About a week ago, the world collectively gasped at the unbelievable news that Laker Legend Kobe Bryant and eight other passengers perished in a horrific helicopter crash in Calabasas, California. Sudden and sad, reports confirmed the loss of not only Bryant but his 13-year-old daughter as well as coaches and players who everyone agreed died […]

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Grief-Busting Tips

Posted on December 30th, 2019
Posted by Manny Godoy under Burial, Death, Grief, Uncategorized
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If you lost someone you love in 2019, you may be relieved to usher in the start of a new year. But, at the same time, celebrating anything without the one who died may tie your stomach in knots. Closing the door on beloved traditions may help with closure but might leave you feeling out […]

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Your Funeral Your Way

Posted on October 21st, 2019
Posted by Manny Godoy under Burial, Coffins, Death, Funerals, Pre-Planning, Uncategorized
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Burger King launched a memorable commercial campaign in 1976. You may remember the jingle? “Hold the pickle. Hold the lettuce. Special orders don’t upset us. All we ask is that you let us have it your way.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CJMsFGH4eoQ Your Funeral, Have it Your Way The same could be said for the way we approach funeral […]

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6 Things to Know about Funeral Etiquette  

Posted on September 25th, 2019
Posted by Manny Godoy under Funerals, Memorials, Uncategorized
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All too often, funerals depress most people. In many cases, the atmosphere is sad and dark. While families and friends of the deceased reel over their loss, other mourners huddle on the sidelines, wondering what they should say and do. In a culture where death is treated like an uninvited dinner guest, many funeral attendees […]

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