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The New Year Is a Time for Healing from Grief

January 2, 2020

The new year is an excellent time for a new beginning. While others might be focused on resolutions like “going to the gym more” and “drinking less soda,” you have much heavier topics coloring your days after a loved one’s funeral service in Clark County, WI. For people who are grieving, the passage of time is a significant marker. It’s another year without that person—another year that that person won’t experience. It seems cruel that everyone else is moving forward with their lives while you’re in pain. While the new year can be a reminder of the pain of the... View Article

Three Things Grieving People Want You to Know on Christmas

December 19, 2019

From November through the New Year, it’s almost impossible to escape Christmas “cheer.” From Christmas songs in the grocery store to huge displays in the town center, no one is safe from the practically forced joy that accompanies this time of year. Many people love Christmas, but for those who are grieving, the holiday season can stir complex emotions after a loved one’s burial in Clark County, WI. While they may be happy to have a break from work, time with loved ones and even enjoy the festivities, Christmas often reminds us of who won’t be joining us this year.... View Article

When Will You Move Past the Grief of Losing a Loved One?

December 9, 2019

It is extremely common for people who have experienced the loss of a family member or loved one to wonder how long it will take them to “move on” and get past their grieving. Despite what people commonly think about how long grief should last, the truth is that it differs for everyone, and that there is no “correct” amount of time for a person to spend grieving. The truth is that grief isn’t a single process that you can chart over time, or something that should automatically subside after your loved one’s burial in Clark County, WI. Rather, it... View Article

Mourning a Loss During the Holidays

November 25, 2019

The holiday season has arrived, and with it can come a lot of emotion. There is the excitement to spend time with family, especially if you have children who are still giddy with the magic of the season. But if you have recently lost a loved one, the holidays can also bring a renewed period of mourning, as the loss can seem much more real once you have gathered your close family and friends and are missing someone special. It is very common for people to experience waves of grief in this manner, particularly within the first year of losing... View Article

Remembering a Loved One Who Has Passed Away

November 4, 2019

When a friend or family member dies, the grief can be overwhelming. Whether or not they were a significant part of your daily life, the hole left behind by a loved one’s death is hard to put into words. Routines are altered, memories flood to the surface and you may be left wondering how you’ll be able to move on. Dealing with your grief can take many forms, and over the years, we have seen our clients choose all kinds of beautiful and creative ways to celebrate their memories of their family and friends. When you’re grieving, there’s no “wrong... View Article

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