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Important Considerations for Queer Persons Regarding Death Preparation

No matter the age, married LGBTQ+ couples should do all of their estate planning as soon as possible. By taking care of all of the intricate details now, you're saving heartache and headaches down the road.

Category: Funeral

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Ideas To Inspire Your Engagement Party Invitations

If you just got engaged, congratulations! Designing engagement party invitations is good practice for designing the actual wedding invitation. Here's how to pick a winning design that reflects your personality.

Category: Engagement

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Ideas for Supporting and Affirming Your Queer Child’s Identity and Orientation

Many parents are unsure how to support their child when they come out as LGBT to them. But there are simple things you can do to make sure that your child feels safe in their own house and their own skin.

Category: Society

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Assigned at Birth? Gender-Neutral Approaches To Raising Kids

Binary gender choices face children from the moment they're born. Boys toys, girls toys. Boys clothes, girls clothes. Many parents are now raising their children outside of the binary, in a gender-neutral environment.

Category: Society

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Sitting Shiva in the Age of Coronavirus

Coronavirus has impacted everything, even how the Jewish community experiences mourning. In the wake of COVID, sitting Shiva has gone online, switching to Zoom or Skype and adjusting how mourners process their loss.

Category: Loss

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Cutting Your Wedding Guest List Due to COVID-19? Try These Great Tips

Cutting your wedding guest list down during normal times is tough, but cutting it down to essential guests only is even tougher. As COVID continues to upset summer wedding season, here's how to slim down your guest list.

Category: Wedding Planning

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House Hunting Tips To Guide You Through the Early Stages of Married Life

Buying a home together is a big step for couples to take. And if you're on your first home-buying venture, there are a lot of things you and your new spouse need to consider, from the obvious to the subtle.

Category: Marriage

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Grief Etiquette in the COVID-19 Age

Losing a loved one during COVID-19 can make a tough time even more difficult. The memorial industry, like most others, has been been changed by coronavirus.  And so too have etiquette norms for the bereaved.

Category: Loss

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Love and Social Distancing: Alternatives To Postponing Your Wedding

With wedding season completely up in the air and no way to tell when we can get back to normal life, couples are adopting creative and adorable approaches like livestreaming the event to get wed during coronavirus.

Category: Technology

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Tips for Announcing the Birth of a Child

If you have a birth announcement to make, it's a little more complicated than you might expect. After all, when announcing a baby to the world, the details matter. Here's how to announcing the birth of your new child.

Category: Society

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