Throughout life, we all experience loss. And as those we care about experience loss we want to reach out to them, to write a letter or card of support to let them know we care and are thinking of them. But as we sit down, pen-to-paper, the words may not come easily. It can be difficult to formulate the right message of...READ MORE
As you may be well-aware, having a personal will is very important. Not only can it provide closure for your family, but also for yourself - your own peace of mind. But why is it so important? And when should we have one?...READ MORE
When you die, what do you want your obituary to say? This is an interesting question to ponder; maybe it’s something you’ve previously thought about or just started to. In a sense, your obituary is your life story and if you so choose, you can be the one to tell it....READ MORE
The Neighborhood House of Long Island (TNH) was created to help the bereaved cope with their grief from the loss of a loved one from suicide or drug overdose. They felt that there was a lack of hope, a lack of resources for those who so very much need help....READ MORE
Organizing a funeral or memorial service has many components; a lot of them being time sensitive. Even if you plan to utilize a knowledgeable funeral director to guide you through the process, it is helpful to have a checklist on hand, so you are prepared to ask questions, fill in answers that you can provide to other...READ MORE
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