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Children's Grief Awareness Day

Children's Grief Awareness Day

You may not be aware but back in 2008 in the state of Pennsylvania the Highmark Caring Place started the international observance of Children's Grief Awareness Day. This is a day to bring awareness to the fact that grief affects all of us including children. The death of a loved one is hard for all of us, and children deserve support and love as they are trying to understand the emotions and feelings they are going through. 
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Religious Views On Cremation: Evangelical Christians

Religious Views On Cremation: Evangelical Christians

When making plans for their funerals, it is only natural that Evangelicals will consider their faith carefully. As with other Christian believers, Evangelicals typically choose to make their own decisions regarding cremations and burials as their preferred end-of-life choice.
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Religious Views On Cremation: Eastern Orthodox

Religious Views On Cremation: Eastern Orthodox

Unlike other branches of Christianity, Eastern Orthodox Churches conduct a wake before the funeral service. The start of the wake usually occurs during the First Panikhida. The First Panikhida is a prayer service delivered to the mourners by the priest. Further Panikhidas may then also be delivered, and friends and family members may read from the Book of Psalms.
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Religious View On Cremation: Jehovah’s Witness

Religious View On Cremation: Jehovah’s Witness

Jehovah’s Witnesses have strong beliefs and follow strict rules to observe their faith. In keeping with this, followers have firm ideas about what happens after a person passes. Followers of Jehovah believe that when a person dies, their soul and physical body also die. The religion compares death to being in a deep sleep. Unlike other religions, where people that die are believed to go to heaven and hell, Jehovah’s Witnesses believe that death is a state of nothingness for both the body and the soul, and there is no awareness. 
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Woman comforting another woman who has lost a loved one

What Is A Cremation Bracelet?

One type of cremation jewelry that is becoming a very popular way to keep your loved one close to you is a cremation bracelet.  Cremation necklaces are what many will choose but some are not familiar with cremation bracelets which are also pieces of jewelry that holds some of your loved one's ashes or hair.  If you're interested in getting a cremation bracelet for yourself or someone else, read on for more information about them
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The Top 5 Most Popular Cat Cremation Urn Necklaces

The Top 5 Most Popular Cat Cremation Urn Necklaces

Last month we provided our customers with the top 5 most popular dog urn necklaces. Many customers loved the pieces that we highlighted and we wanted to provide our cat lovers the same love.

If you're grieving the loss of a beloved cat, finding the right way to memorialize them can be difficult. But one option that's growing in popularity is to cremate their remains and wear them close to your heart inside of a cremation urn necklace. In this blog post, we'll take a look at our five most popular cat cremation urn necklaces. We hope they help you find the perfect way to remember your purry loved one.

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A happy family with their family dog smiling for a photo. Honoring your loved pets with cremation jewelry is a beautiful way of honoring them.

Our Top 5 Most Popular Dog Cremation Urn Necklaces

For many grieving dog owners, the decision of what to do with their beloved pet's remains is a difficult one. Some opt for burial, but increasingly more families are choosing to have their dog cremated and keep the ashes to place in an urn and urn jewelry.

If you're looking for a special way to remember your furry family member, consider buying dog cremation urn necklaces for you and your family. These necklaces come in a variety of styles and colors, and they are a beautiful way to keep your beloved dog close to your heart always. Here are our top five most popular dog cremation urn necklaces:

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A memorial placed under a tree where a loved one is buried. A way to honor someone and a way to use their ashes after cremation

What To Do With Ashes After Cremation

Many who have lost a loved one will choose cremation because not only is it more beneficial to the environment it is also a more affordable option than traditional burial. But, one of the things to think about is what to do with their ashes after the cremation process is complete? Also you may wonder what the process will be like once the process has started.

In this blog post we will go over parts of the process and give you some ideas on what you can do to help memorialize your loved one.

When the cremation process has been completed most funeral homes or veterinarian offices will give you a temporary urn or container to hold the ashes. Once you have been given them you can then decide what you would like to do to memorialize your loved one the most.

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Are Cremation Necklaces Weird?

I’ll never forget the night my Grandpa died. 

My paternal grandparents lived across the street from us, and my parents were present when Grandpa peacefully passed away in his home. After the funeral home employees took his body away late that night, my parents returned to our home. My Mom said, “I can’t believe your Grandma! Her husband just died, and she’s staying up late to clean her house!”


I have thought of what my Mom said for years. My Mom, although wise about many things, didn’t understand that people grieve differently. 

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I'll Always Remember Podcast Episode 07 | Mending a Disjointed Relationship Between Father and Son

I'll Always Remember Podcast Episode 07 | Mending a Disjointed Relationship Between Father and Son

I talked to my uncle today and he told me the story of his father who passed not too long ago and the confusing relationship they shared. It’s a story much like the prodigal son but kind of in reverse where the dad leaves the family due to many contributing factors which we will get into that were frustrating, outlandish, and sometimes silly but caused his son and family or I should say families to believe that he was a bad man.
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I'll Always Remember Podcast Episode 06 | Elizabeth and Manny

I'll Always Remember Podcast Episode 06 | Elizabeth and Manny

Today I meet with Elizabeth, a mother of two girls and a recent widow who was married to Manny, who died of cancer. When he was originally diagnosed, nothing seemed severe or too serious, but over time and after they had removed the cancer, they found more that had spread throughout his chest. She shares the touching moments that she and her daughters experienced in the final moments of his life and following his passing.
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I'll Always Remember Podcast Episode 05 | Losing a Pet and Best Friend

I'll Always Remember Podcast Episode 05 | Losing a Pet and Best Friend

In this episode I meet with Peter from Pennsylvania who tells me the story about his dog, Rocco, a Rottweiler with whom he developed a strong bond. They became best friends, but just at 3 years old, Rocco fell ill and they were unable to save him. Peter tells the touching story of their bond, how it developed, and how he has dealt with losing his pal
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