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Loss, Grieving, and Condolences


Losing a close friend or relative is a difficult experience. It is often unclear what can or should be done in response. Those who are grieving may "freeze" and require the support and assisstance of friends. Funerals and other events which follow the death of a loved one serve to memorialize them and can be a celebration of their life. While such events can help to console us, respecting the wishes of the deceased should also remain a primary concern.

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1 Important Funeral Considerations
2 Sympathy Flowers
3 Funeral Etiquette: Donations
4 After The Funeral
5 Sympathy Notes and Letters
6 Funeral Etiquette: Giving a Eulogy
7 Funeral Etiquette: At The Service
8 Religious Customs in Funerals
9 Writing an Obituary
10 At the Home of the Grieving
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