Grief and Loss Blog

Planning Financially for Your Parents’ Future

Research shows that 1 in 4 adults over the age of 65 has medical expenses that can bring them to the brink of bankruptcy. That type of financial burden impacted 7 million senior citizens in the United States in 2007. Even if your parents are healthy now, an unforeseen crisis…

Staying Sober During the Most Stressful Times

Stress is something that affects anyone at any age. You may think the older you get, the less stress you’ll have, but you’ve probably realized there are new things to worry about like certain body aches that won’t go away or if your grandchildren are alright…

Keeping Your Loved One Close to Heart

When you lose a loved one, you have the option to plan for a burial. When you opt for a burial, you will look for a cemetery or mausoleum that is close to your home. This is so it will be easy to visit them and give you comfort knowing they were laid to rest in the community they lived their life in…

15 Best Things Said To a Griever No Comments

The pain of losing someone you love and care about stays with us for the rest of our lives. The thing about pain and grief is that it never really goes away; we just learn to live with it. We get better at handling the loss, day by day…

Supporting Your Child’s Grief Through School Counseling No Comments

If you’re an adult of a certain age, you might remember school counselors as the people who handed you career aptitude tests and told you what you’d be best at. But times have changed. In modern schools, school counselors are among the most well-trained and notable members of the academic and administrative team…