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April 2013

Ways to be Supportive

By |April 8th, 2013|Dealing With Emotions, Grief & Grieving, Sympathy and Condolences|

Some deaths are totally unexpected and tear at the family’s very core.  Automobile accidents, sudden illness, heart attack, and other causes of quick death leave family members with a big gaping hole in their lives.  They are stunned and aren’t sure where to turn.   As their funeral director and grief counselor, your job is to [...]

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February 2013

Lift Someone’s Spirit

By |February 21st, 2013|Dealing With Emotions, Grief & Grieving, Religion & Symbols, Sympathy and Condolences|

Make a tremendous difference in the life of a grieving person.  With a few minutes of your time, you can text an encouraging Thought for the Day to someone whose world collapsed when a loved one passed away.  You can even text the same message to several people at once. Texting is a quick and [...]

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July 2012

Expressing Words of Sympathy

By |July 16th, 2012|Sympathy and Condolences|

Knowing the right words of sympathy to say is not something that comes easily to most people. When a friend or acquaintance has lost a loved one, it is often difficult to find just the right words to say to express sympathy and offer support without sounding fake or even potentially hurting the bereaved feelings. [...]

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To Say – I’m Sorry For Your Loss

By |July 9th, 2012|Sympathy and Condolences|

What to say when someone loses a loved one can be an incredibly difficult task, especially for those who have not yet experienced the death of a loved one in their own lives. The most common phrase uttered to someone who has lost a loved one, whether it’s scribbled on a sympathy card or said [...]

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