When You Cannot Attend a Memorial Service, Writing a Condolence Letter Can Help
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When You Cannot Attend a Memorial Service, Writing a Condolence Letter Can Help

When a friend or family member has lost someone dear to them, it is always a good idea to send a condolence letter to encourage…

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The Truth About Emotional Intelligence
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The Truth About Emotional Intelligence

Too often people confuse emotional intelligence with controlling their emotions; shutting them down and being stoic. This is a tragedy waiting to happen. Read this…

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The Problem with the Rebound
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The Problem with the Rebound

Here is some advice about getting into a rebound relationship immediately after the breakup of another broken relationship. It discusses reasons why a person should…

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Ten Ideas for Creating a Memorial After the Funeral or Life Celebration
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Ten Ideas for Creating a Memorial After the Funeral or Life Celebration

Here are some ideas for someone who has just lost a loved one and is looking for ideas on how to set up a memorial…

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Releasing Relationship Pain
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Releasing Relationship Pain

If you are still hurting from a previous relationship then this article will help you to release that pain and move on. Often times when…

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Life Trumps Death
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Life Trumps Death

We can’t do a lot about death. We can very much impact life – our own and others. Do you ever ponder the meaning of…

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How to Scatter Cremated Remains (Ashes)
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How to Scatter Cremated Remains (Ashes)

Before heading out to a beautiful location to scatter your loved ones remains, you will want to read this article. While this can be a…

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Healthy Grief, Unhealthy Grief
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Healthy Grief, Unhealthy Grief

We all know that it is in one’s highest good to grieve the loss of a relationship. Healthy grief releases feelings rather than allowing them…

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Grief & Loss
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Grief & Loss

Have you ever lost someone close to you to death? We go through a grief process that was best described by Elizabeth Kubler-Ross in On…

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Funeral Eulogies: Meaningful Words for Funeral Services
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Funeral Eulogies: Meaningful Words for Funeral Services

Finding the right words to say in a eulogy can be difficult. Here is how to write a thoughtful, honest eulogy without worry or stress….

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