Eulogy Writing: Part 2

Posted on July 19th, 2018
Posted by Manny Godoy under Burial, Funerals, Glendora, Grief, Memorials, Mortuary, Uncategorized
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When a family member or friend dies, you could be called on to deliver the eulogy, even as you struggle through profound grief. This post should help you craft the perfect eulogy, as we conclude our 2-part series about eulogy writing, by offering specific steps. Read part one by clicking here. Eulogy Writing 101 After […]

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How to Write a Eulogy

Posted on July 9th, 2018
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Part 1 of a 2-Part Series In this classic clip from Zoolander, Ben Stiller’s character, Eric, frets about his ability to “eugoogalize.” Although his word choice is comical, his insecurities about writing and delivering a suitable eulogy are based in fact. Many struggle with what to say at a loved one’s funeral. When a family […]

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Death American Style

Posted on June 25th, 2018
Posted by Manny Godoy under Death, Death Festivals, Funerals, Glendora, Memorials, Mortuary
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While other cultures celebrate death, Americans try to ignore the inevitable – hoping that a cure will be discovered in the future, so they will be able to escape unscathed. If we do believe we will die, many of us predict, or at least hope, that we will be too old and feeble to know […]

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Father’s Day Grief

Posted on June 13th, 2018
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Six Ways to Celebrate Dad When After He’s Gone For many, Father’s Day is a joyous time to gather with family over good food and board games. But, sadly, for others, the holiday is a grim reminder of loss. If you are among the millions of Americans whose dads have died, you may not look […]

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How to Handle Holiday Grief After a Loss

Posted on June 8th, 2018
Posted by Manny Godoy under Death, Grief, Memorials, Uncategorized
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After a loved one dies, you will grieve. And one of the most common triggers for grief, apart from the immediate aftermath, are holidays, such as Father’s Day, which is on June 17 this year. Whatever time of year your family member or friend died, eventually, you will be forced to face a special event […]

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