Planning ahead for death is not nearly as complicated or time-consuming as people think. Sure, there are a lot of things to consider when it comes to planning for an impending death in the family or even your own. We know Read More →
Embracing Eco-Friendly Farewells: The Interest in Green Burials in San Diego County and Across the US In a world that increasingly values sustainability and environmental consciousness, it comes as no surprise that our choices are extending even into the realm of Read More →
By Paul Thornton To get a sense of how progressive ideals don’t always reflect actual practice, try burying a dead relative in Southern California. You’ll find that even in this land, where people talk about sustainability, saying farewell in an environmentally Read More →
Do not confuse hospice with palliative care – they are NOT the same thing. Some confusion may arise because when a doctor becomes a palliative care physician, they earn a board certification in hospice and palliative care. As a palliative care specialist, Read More →
The loss of a loved one is an emotionally challenging time, and the process of transporting their ashes adds another layer of complexity. Here are some details.
article by SelectQuote Original Article Here Having a secure life insurance policy is one of the many ways you can ensure your loved ones are financially taken care of in the event of your passing. Life insurance policies not only cover Read More →