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Old 10-06-2006, 08:16 PM   #1
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Here are a few sites that may help with the loss of a loved one.
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Find A Grave

Beyond Indigo

Coping with loss

AARP Grief and Loss

The Grief Process
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Psych Central: Coping with Loss & Grief
[The feelings of loss and grief can seem overwhelming, without end. It hits you in the gut, spreads throughout your heart, and makes you feel hopeless. The feeling of grief can last for hours, day, weeks, and even months. Feelings of loss can last just as long, even if someone close to you hasn't died. ]
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Coping with Grief & Loss: A guide to healing. Description; Table of Contents; An excerpt from this report. ADD TO CART Printed Version: $16.00 ...
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Planning a Funeral
A friend or loved one dies. You find yourself the position of needing to plan the funeral. Here are the steps you'll need to take and the things you'll need ...
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Plan a Funeral. How to Plan a Funeral. Planning a funeral is a difficult task, in which you must consider the wishes of the deceased as well as the ...
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Funerals: A Consumer Guide
The increasing trend toward pre-need planning - when people make funeral ... One other important consideration when planning a funeral pre-need is where the ...
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AARP Bulletin: Sites to See: Funeral Planning
AARP.org: Worksheet for Funeral Planning Use this worksheet to help determine the most appropriate type of memorial service. ...
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