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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.

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Social Distancing and Grief: Funerals in the Age of Coronavirus

COVID-19 quarantine has upended the funeral business. That makes the grieving process even more difficult, but death care workers are coming up with alternative ways for mourners to celebrate the departed's life.

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Grief, Faith, and Coronavirus: How the Pandemic Has Changed End-of-Life Religious Practices

With stay-at-home orders in place due to coronavirus, end-of-life practices have received a drastic upheaval. Religious officials from almost every faith are finding creative ways to offer end-of-life care.

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Helping a Grieving Loved One

Helping a loved one through the grieving process can be a seriously trying time - for you and them. Understanding grief is key to providing the appropriate love and care to someone suffering such a painful loss.

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Ways To Honor Those You’ve Lost

When we lose someone, we often want to come up with a way to properly memorialize them and honor their memory. Here are some simple yet powerful ways to pay your respects to your dearly departed friends and family.

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How To Avoid Outlawing Grief

'Outlawed grief' is when one person makes another feel their grief is unwelcome. Even the best-intentioned turns of phrase can cause harm. Avoiding outlawing grief will keep those in mourning from feeling like a burden.

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Don’t Get Scammed! How To Avoid Funeral Fraud

Funeral fraud is one of the most insidious scams, because it targets grieving people at what is likely their lowest moment. Be wary of people hoping to capitalize on your grief, and protect yourself and your family.

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Finding Healthy Ways To Mourn

The loss of a loved one is never easy. Even months or years after the funeral, a simple thought can send you into mourning again. The grieving process is complex and difficult: here are healthy ways to get through.

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Funeral Etiquette Tips

Attending a funeral is an experience we'll all have to go through at some point. But if you've never been to one, you may not know proper funeral etiquette. Let us break down the do's and don'ts of funerals.

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How to Plan a Funeral

After the loss of a loved one, planning a funeral may sound like the last thing you want to do. However, it is something that must be done. Here's how to navigate the specifics and come out on the other side.

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