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Caring Bridge - "Protected websites for connecting people when it matters most. A nonprofit supported by people just like you, CaringBridge serves more than 500,000 people each day."
BeRemembered.com - "Gradually collect, organize and archive your finest memories and thoughts. Also reflect on, and plan, your end-of-life celebration. Membership is free."
The Talk of a Lifetime - "Sharing stories with those who matter most isn’t just important today; it will be especially significant when it’s time to commemorate a life. Have the Talk of a Lifetime encourages families to have conversations about life and what matters most. These discussions can help families make important decisions about how they wish to remember and honor the lives of their loved ones."
Self-Care Tip of the Month - "Resources for Grief offers a free 'Self-Care Tip of the Month' for anyone involved in caring for the dying and/or bereaved. These monthly emails are designed to inspire, encourage and promote self-care in the midst of such rewarding but challenging work."
Grief: Coping with reminders after a loss - "Grief doesn't magically end at a certain point after a loved one's death. Reminders often bring back the pain of loss. Here's help coping — and healing."
A Guide for the Newly Widowed - "Losing a loved one — whether through unexpected or anticipated circumstances — is always traumatic. This is especially true with the death of a spouse. It is one of life's most profound losses."
Funeral Planning Guide - (PDF) "Planning a funeral is a complicated process, which is made even more difficult by the emotional stress that accompanies the death of a loved one. Fortunately, many of the arrangements can be made ahead of time, which will decrease the burden on those left behind."
Planning Your Own Funeral - "To help relieve their families, an increasing number of people are planning their own funerals, designating their funeral preferences, and sometimes paying for them in advance. They see funeral planning as an extension of will and estate planning."