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How Do I Deal with Grief?
When something or someone is taken from you, it never seems fair. It can seem like there is no hope. Well, that is what we want to offer you today: hope. There is a God who has a hold on all things going on in your life. He has a plan that is bigger than what we can see or comprehend. When we trust in Him, we are offered a life of purpose and joy, even in the darkest of times
Hope can seem pretty distant right now, and that is okay. No matter where you are at right now, you are loved by a God that is bigger than your grief. He wants to love and care for you during this time, and through Him, you can find peace.

The suggested books for coping with grief and depression as a result of death:

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2. https://bit.ly/3bLZrEt

3. https://bit.ly/3ihkGQY

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Coping With Life, Death, and Funeral Home Expenses This is Your Life Motivation!

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How Do I Deal with Grief?
When something or someone is taken from you, it never seems fair. It can seem like there is no hope. Well, that is what we want to offer you today: hope. There is a God who has a hold on all things going on in your life. He has a plan that is bigger than what we can see or comprehend. When we trust in Him, we are offered a life of purpose and joy, even in the darkest of times
Hope can seem pretty distant right now, and that is okay. No matter where you are at right now, you are loved by a God that is bigger than your grief. He wants to love and care for you during this time, and through Him, you can find peace.

The suggested books for coping with grief and depression as a result of death:

1. https://bit.ly/2RriOJT

2. https://bit.ly/3bLZrEt

3. https://bit.ly/3ihkGQY

4. https://amzn.to/3ikKeN1

    The Biggest Mistake People Make When Making Funeral Arrangements!

    The Biggest Mistake People Make When Making Funeral Arrangements!

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    The suggested books for coping with grief and depression as a result of death:

    1. https://bit.ly/2RriOJT

    2. https://bit.ly/3bLZrEt

    3. https://bit.ly/3ihkGQY

    4. https://amzn.to/3ikKeN1

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    Covid-19 and Funeral Services: What You Can Expect

    Covid-19 and Funeral Services: What You Can Expect

    Covid-19 and Funeral Services: What You Can Expect

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    What is a Direct Cremation 2020

    What is a Direct Cremation 2020

    For an affordable choice of cremation urns and related items: https://bit.ly/2lLvyOG Please subscribe to this channel. Thanks! Our nation is changing its death care preferences and cremation now accounts for over 50% of funerals.  This trend is set to continue, with the National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) forecasting the cremation rate to reach 85% by 2035. This is leading more families to start considering cremation, and asking questions about what options they have if they choose cremation. What do you understand about cremation?  How does this impact on our death care choices? A cremation is an alternative means by which to conduct the disposition of a body.  A cremation can be conducted after holding a traditional funeral service.  The cremated remains can still be interred in a cemetery plot, as you would do with a casketed body. Cremation is proving a growing trend for a number of reasons.  The primary reason is cost.  A cremation, even with a full funeral service, works out much cheaper than a traditional burial service.  No casket, burial vault or cemetery plot is immediately required.  Even if you opt to hold a funeral service prior to cremation, many funeral homes now offer rental caskets for the purpose of the service. Another reason why cremation is gaining popularity is that it is a simpler, ‘less fuss’ option that many people are preferring today.  Who wants to spend thousands of dollars on a single funeral expense, when a dignified cremation can be conducted simply for under $2,000? Cremation is a very final disposition of a body and therefore there are strict laws governing the authorization of a cremation.  A Cremation Authorization Form must be signed by all legal next-of-kin before a cremation can proceed.  This is largely as it is such a final act, and if there is even the slightest dispute or uncertainly amongst surviving next-of-kin, then a cremation should not go ahead. The county also must authorize that a cremation can be conducted.  Generally, the funeral director has to obtain a permit from the county before he can cremate. What is a direct cremation? Direct cremation is an industry term for a cremation conducted with no ceremony or services.  The funeral director’s services are merely those to collect, complete the legal paperwork, and conduct the cremation process.  The cremated remains are then returned directly to the family.  This is the least expensive cremation option, and in many cities, can be performed for under $1,000. The funeral industry often prefers to refer to a direct cremation as a ‘simple cremation’, a ‘basic cremation’, or ‘No ceremony cremation’. The price for a direct cremation must be listed on a funeral home’s general price list (GPL), but you will find it listed towards the bottom of a GPL. How much should you expect to pay for a direct cremation? As with all funeral services, prices do vary, and this is not just by area but also according to the service providers.  A direct cremation can cost anywhere between $495 and $3,200.  A full-service funeral home will generally charge a higher fee, as they have a greater overhead to off-set. Some traditional funeral homes offer more affordable direct cremation, but often through a separate cremation entity that they have established to cater specifically for the market for direct cremation. It is always wise to check a few prices to compare direct cremation costs.  But more importantly ensure you ARE comparing like-for-like packages.  Be very mindful of what is included in a price for a direct cremation.  Often third-party fees, such as death certificates, permits and sometimes even the crematory fee are not included.  Some cremation providers and funeral homes offer an inclusive direct cremation package, that may include death certificates and a simple cremation urn. How is cre

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