relationships--family

  • Six Ways To Use Cremains To Create Art That Honors The Deceased

    The popularity of cremation is on therise as more people choose it as part of their final wishes instead of traditional burial services. Often less expensive than standard burials, it reduces the financial burden for families who have just experienced the loss of a loved one. Cremation, though, is not the final step. Once cremains are delivered, family still has to decide what to do with the ashes. For those who loved art during their lifetime, choices exist to leave a lasting artistic impression. [Read More]

  • 4 Considerations To Make Before Adopting A Child

    If you're thinking about starting or adding on to your family, you may consider adoption. This is a great way to achieve your family dreams while giving a child the opportunity to have a forever home. When considering adoption, you should carefully make this choice so that you're sure that you will be a great fit for your new child. Take a look at the following information on important considerations that should be made before adopting. [Read More]

  • What Pregnancy Counseling Entails

    Finding yourself in the position of having an unplanned pregnancy is without a doubt a scary situation, no matter what your age, financial, or marital status may be.  If you are in this situation, you may feel lost, hopeless, scared, overwhelmed, and confused.  You may feel as though you have nobody to turn to, while on the other hand, you may feel like too many people are giving you their opinion on what you should do, without taking your own thoughts and feelings into consideration. [Read More]

  • Important Steps To Planning Your Own Funeral

    Are you concerned about your family's future? Are you worried about what would happen if you were to die suddenly? While nobody likes the idea of their own death, planning ahead is the best way to make sure that your family is taken care of. Here are some tips on how to plan your own funeral: Buy a burial plot: If you wish to be buried and not cremated, your burial plot could be the most expensive part of your funeral. [Read More]