Helping Loved Ones Manage the Five Stages of Grief

When a loved one passes, the first few days and weeks can be a flurry of activities. Friends and family members lean on one another, talk quite a bit, and work together to plan a cremation ceremony or funeral. At the service, the larger community shows up to pay respects and everyone shares in the […]

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What to Say & Not to Say to Those Grieving

One of the most difficult things that happen to people who are sharing grief is relating to each other sincerely, being a point of care and comfort, not further pain. Here are thoughts that have been offered by others who have suffered intense grief: Sometimes saying nothing, but being there is enough. Those in pain […]

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Cremation Service Etiquette

Planning the service when you’ve lost a loved one can be agonizing. Attending the cremation ceremony or funeral can be unsettling as well. It can be difficult to know what to say or do…the last thing anyone wants to do is insult the family or stand out in a negative light. Here are a few […]

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Sports Urns and Pendants for the Athlete

At Urns.com, we offer an exclusive collection dedicated to athletes of all kinds. Often, true sportsmen and athletes have a distinct mindset and a life that revolves around sports that plays out both on and off the field. They may have personalities that are quite loyal and intense. When your lost loved one lived as […]

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When a Pet Passes On

Our pets are more than just animals that live with us; they are family and when a beloved dog or cat dies, their absence is felt just as strongly. That is why it is important to pay honor to a lost family pet or the kitty you have shared years with. There are a number […]

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