Spending final moments with a loved one can be at once uplifting and heart-wrenching.
Sharing your condolences through written words on a sympathy card or online memorial can be extremely difficult to compose. Here you will find ideas and samples to assist you in creating a meaningful sentiment.
If you are an atheist with Aspergers or just don't know what to say to religious loved ones when they are suffering loss, this page may help you find the right secular words and condolences you need.
This was hard to write even a year after mom's passing, but it would have been impossible had I not been there for her. (In Loving Memory of Jacqueline Avalon Ratcliffe, 1935-2014)
Any missing person case is a tragedy for friends and families of those who have disappeared. Thankfully in most cases, the missing turn up safe and well, tragically, some are found deceased and strangely, some are never heard of again, which is perhaps the worst of all for the loved ones and...
The loss of a child is incomprehensible. I share my personal loss, the conflicts of emotions and turmoil. Tips for those grieving - what to say and what not to say.
It is one of the hardest decisions that pet owners can make- when is the right time to put your dog (or other pet) to sleep. Because our dogs become part of the family, when they start to age and show signs of age, it can be very hard to decide when...
Should you give someone a sympathy plant or memorial tree. These wonderful living tributes create a long-term gift that friends and family can cherish in remembrance. Use these tips to choose one.
The difficult experiences of life often leave us feeling robbed, defeated, and susceptible to exploitation. In this state of vulnerability, we are at risk of loosing the very thing we need to survive.
After 60 - 70 years of marriage, when one spouse dies shortly after the other, was it a broken heart or just their time? Here are six stories; some may bring a tear to your eye, some may make you smile.