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Do Many People Pre-Plan Their Funerals?

Do Many People Pre-Plan Their Funerals?

Talking about death is difficult for most people. No one wants to think about their own mortality, nor do people want to imagine life without their loved ones. It’s no wonder that only about 33% of Canadians have pre-planned their funeral. Many people end up having to plan a funeral for a loved one without

How easy is it to pre-plan a funeral?

How easy is it to pre-plan a funeral?

Pre-planning a funeral is a way to give your family peace of mind. One of the most stressful things a family must do is plan a funeral for a loved one who died. Pre-planning can be emotionally taxing, but it can alleviate many burdens after your death. Funeral homes in Montreal have resources that can

Organ and Body Donation—What You Should Know

Ralph Waldo Emerson said, “the only gift is a portion of thyself.” What better gift to give than organ donation upon your death? Even though organ donation is a practice that is over half a century old (the first successful donation was in 1954), there are still many questions about organ donation. Here are some

It’s Never Easy–How to Prepare Your Family for Your Death

Death is one of the biggest stressors imaginable. Although you really can’t prepare anyone for your inevitable demise, you can begin the grieving process by talking about it. If you’re facing a terminal illness, you can take steps now to plan ahead for the practical issues surrounding death. Health Care Options and Limits Discuss options

Celebration or rites are such important events

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It’s a time to come together to help survivors and pay tribute to the person who has passed away. Celebration or rites allow us to share these difficult times with our family and friends. Sharing is an essential part of the grieving process. Without this gathering, many of us would find it difficult to accept

Why is funeral etiquette so important?

Socially, these gatherings unite us. We draw strength from each other by saying goodbye to the deceased, and we strengthen our relationships with survivors. But for many of us, offering our condolences to grieving family and friends makes us awkward and uncomfortable. That’s why we created this page. It gives you useful information and important

How to help people grieve

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Listen to them. Just be there for them. Listen more, talk less. Give them your love and understanding, but also give them privacy if they need it. Validate their emotions. Everyone goes through grief in a different way. Some people constantly talk about their ordeals. Others stop talking altogether. Some cry and show a lot

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