Virtual Grief Counseling: Can it Help?

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Virtual Grief Counseling: Can it Help?

The decision to seek out a therapist is hard enough, never mind adding to that a global pandemic that makes it unsafe to meet people in person. Due to COVID-19, many therapists will only see patients via virtual platforms, which isn’t always the ideal set up for individuals who feel more comfortable, or feel that they are receiving better treatment, in an in-person session.

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Bereavement

Recommended Books on Grief

Grief is a range of emotions that we will all feel at some point in our lives, yet, when we are going through grief, it can be one of the most isolating times in our lives. Luckily, there are many authors out there who wrote and continue to write about their personal experiences with grief as well as the journeys of others.

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Our Promise To You

In 1937, Kurt Edenbach’s grandfather created a mission statement of sorts for Memorial Funeral Home or his “steadfast purpose” as he called it. “To provide

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Thumbies®

What are “Thumbies”?

Our fingerprint is unique and what better way to honor a loved one then to carry their fingerprint with you always? Thumbies is a company

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What is the Medicaid Spend Down Process?

Let’s be honest, planning for your final years isn’t something that anyone looks forward to. Yet, it is an inevitable part of life and planning for it will alleviate a lot of stress for you and your loved ones.

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What are Celebrants?

When a loved one passes, we want to honor them in the best way possible. A celebrant is someone who will work closely with you

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Grief During the Holidays

November and December are the months where most of us prepare to gather with our families and to celebrate the holidays. For many, it is

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