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Concord Regional VNA Offers April Newly Bereaved Discussion Group in Concord

Concord Regional VNA is offering a bereavement program Newly Bereaved Discussion Group next month. The event will be held on Tuesday, April 4 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Concord Regional VNA Hospice House, 240 Pleasant Street, Concord, NH.Read more

Life Insurance Policy

New Hampshire Insurance Department Offers Lost Life Policy Locator Service to Granite State Residents

Whether you have lost a friend or close family member, the death of a loved one can often be one of the most difficult and stressful times in a person’s life. Furthermore, if you are tasked with handling the affairs of a deceased friend or family member, there may also be a variety of logistical,Read more

DNA Preservation

DNA Preservation – A Lasting Way to Memorialize Your Loved Ones

Choosing the best way to remember a loved one is often an important part of the grieving process. For those who want more than a traditional burial or cremation, there is an emerging modern option – DNA preservation. Although the process of preserving DNA in general is nothing new, advances in technology have made itRead more

Gone From My Sight: The Little Book that Gives Solace

Many of us are uncomfortable talking about death; it can certainly be a scary topic, especially if you or someone you know is facing a terminal illness. Yet there is a measure of comfort that can be found in understanding what’s to come, in facing the fear head-on and exploring your feelings.Read more

5 Ways to Deal With Grief Around the Holidays

The holidays can be a difficult time if you are dealing with the loss of a loved one. Many people find that this is the time when memories and emotions come out unbidden and it may be difficult to cope. There is no question that a holiday, especially if it is your first holiday withoutRead more

Talking to a Dying Family Member

How to Talk to a Dying Loved One

Although we have come a long way, there still remains an aura of discomfort and awkwardness around death and dying in our culture. So much so that when we learn that our loved one is facing a terminal illness, we may shrink from them, avoid conversations and, ultimately, lose out on important, meaningful moments withRead more

All Hallow's Eve, a time of rememberance

All Hallow’s Eve: A Time to Remember Our Loved Ones

Each fall, Halloween starts off the holiday season with season favorites such as jack-o-lanterns, candy apples and trick-or-treating. Although it’s inevitably one of the most fun and colorful holidays, Halloween has a deeper, more meaningful history than its bright and glossy image may suggest. In fact, it is a unique blend of Celtic and ChristianRead more

Social Media In the Grieving Process

Most of us are all too used to complaining about social media. Even in the realm of death and dying, social media can cause trouble. But it can also be surprisingly healing, surprisingly helpful in a time of grief.Read more

Three Ways Death Can Inspire You

Death is never a happy thought; we fear our mortality as we do that of those we love, yet death is an inevitability that none of us can escape. In recent years, there has been a movement to re-frame death in our minds — to make it less of a taboo and more of anRead more

Grief in the Time of Technology

When asked, most people would probably laud technology as having made their life better. Tasks can be accomplished faster; entertainment and information are ubiquitous, and we have never been more connected to friends and family. When it comes to grief and loss, however, technology can create awkward and uncomfortable situations, calling into question who isRead more