In 2019 four local women were frustrated in seeing the injustices and hardships faced by the Hispanic and Latinx community on Aquidneck Island. They decided to
Some of you might remember Kim Shute. She was our community relations manager and a person that many turned to when they needed support, especially
Bethany Harvey always saw herself as a person with a sunny disposition. Then her father died in 2017. To combat the grief of losing someone
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.
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.
Memorial Funeral Home’s staff helped raise money for the Potter League for Animals on Sunday, October 24th at Fort Adams in Newport, Rhode Island during