For many, the days and weeks after a loved one’s funeral service are almost as difficult as the ceremony itself. Friends leave and supporters go home–but for the family, grieving has just begun. Here are some tips on coping with a funeral and the time immediately afterward.
Blog post with experience suggestions for the new year. start your year with a bit of excitement!
I love to read, and I have a friend who loves to drop off boxes of magazines after she’s read them. It’s a great relationship because I can’t afford all the subscriptions I’d like to have, and she doesn’t have to feel guilty about filling..
The days of dating and marrying within your own race are long gone. Today, there are more interracial relationships and marriages than ever before.
But just because more and more people are accepting of dating and marrying outside of their own rac..
When you’ve made the decision to adopt, you are presented with another difficult choice. You can opt to adopt a child from your home country, or you can adopt a child from overseas.
Today, more and more people are starting to adopt children from..
Breakfast is arguably the most important meals of the day. It jump starts the metabolism and gives people energy throughout their mornings to be effective and productive. However, it is also one of those meals where people do not feel as though they ..
Coping with the loss of a loved one is difficult, no matter who it may be.This is mostly due to the guilt that we feel from being the one left living, and having to go on without that person.