Archive for July, 2015

How Personal Rituals Can Help Alleviate Grief

July 16th, 2015 by Passare


The car was washed once a week when he was alive. Now that he was gone, his wife continued the tradition, even though she didn’t drive the car herself. Another bereaved spouse whose wife had passed away years before remembered her by continuing to go to the hairdresser’s on the first Saturday of every month, […]

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3 Reasons People Plan Ahead for Funeral Wishes

July 14th, 2015 by Passare

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Most people know that it’s important to plan ahead for retirement, weddings, education expenses, and purchasing a home…but not many people think about planning ahead for a funeral. For every other milestone in life, we will have the support of our closest loved ones every step of the way. But funerals are different. Unless a […]

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Have the Talk of a Lifetime

July 8th, 2015 by Passare

Talk of a lifetime

Planning for end of life issues can be a very sensitive subject to bring up with family and close friends. But it’s a talk that can make the difference between having a good goodbye or a tragically complex and difficult road ahead.

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Remembering a Loved One Who Has Died

July 6th, 2015 by Team-Passare

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Ceremonies, traditions, and rituals help us to express our deepest thoughts and feelings about life’s most important events. Ceremonies like graduations, weddings, and baptisms involve traditions and rituals that help us mark special occasions. When a loved one has died, rituals and traditions can also help us mark a special occasion and remember our loved […]

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