The Grieving Need You Most After the Funeral

By Jon Pavlovitz My father died suddenly while on vacation three years ago. The event rattled the bedrock of my life in ways that are difficult to describe, and taught me lessons I couldn’t have learned any other way. One of the truths I discovered, is that when you lose someone you […]

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Gifts for Those That Have Lost Loved Ones — Gift Guide

The holidays are in full swing and they’re filled with festivities, joy, and laughter…for many. However, there are also people in your life that will be going through a difficult time during this holiday season. Whether their loss is recent or not, the reminder of their absence is never an […]

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What if my spouse and I differ on burial vs. cremation?

It’s not uncommon for spouses to disagree on how they want their final wishes to be met. My husband and I have had many conversations on the subject and while I want to be buried in a tree pod, my husband wants a traditional burial. He wants a unique funeral […]

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The Future of Death Could Be Under the Manhattan Bridge

Article via Imagine the Manhattan Bridge twinkling from underneath with hundreds of small pods filled with decaying biomass – the final resting place of many former New Yorkers, shining like stars in an otherwise dark sky. There, you might lay flowers near a pod containing the remains of a loved […]

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