Helping A Family Member With Dementia Cope With Grief

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Death is a difficult subject for anyone, and it can be even more difficult for someone with dementia. Depending on the stage of a person’s dementia, he or she may have to relive the grief multiple times as he or she forgets and then learns the news again. The person suffering from dementia also might get confused or agitated, sure that something is wrong, but unable to figure out what. Luckily, there are ways that family members can help a person with dementia grieve and accept a loss.…

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Five Common Myths And Concerns About Cremation

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Cremation is a viable way to deal with your loved one’s remains for less than the cost of a traditional burial and without the use of embalming fluids, which may not be great for the environment. Although cremation has become quite common in the US, there are still people who are skeptical of it or would never choose it for a loved one. Everyone deserves to honor the deceased in their own way, but it’s important that this type of decision is made based on truth and facts rather than on myths and concerns.…

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Are You Planning The Funeral Service Of A Child?

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Of course, any time a person passes away, there is sadness felt by those who are left behind. Sometimes, though, death might be a relief. For example, if a person has lingered with a painful illness and there is no hope for a cure, those who believe in a beautiful afterlife feel that death is a tremendous blessing. However, when a little child dies, whether he or she was in pain, whether an accident took the child’s life or for whatever other reason the child has passed away, grief is probably magnified.…

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