“What a society does with the bodies of the dead is a pretty good indication of what it will do with the living.”
The dry wit of New Yorker cartoons takes on the toughest topic of all: death. We picked out some of our favorites. Check them out
In all honesty, there’s not really much that’s funny about being unwilling to make changes in the way we do things. Especially when you consider the amount of damage you can do to your funeral firm’s overall success.
Frazer Consultants is excited to welcome Sarah Rickerd to the team as our new Director of Marketing.
Grieving the loss of a loved one can be especially confusing and painful for children, and explaining death and grief to children can be very difficult for a parent or caretaker. Like children’s books, movies can help kids cope with their feelings. The visual element of movies in particular makes it easy for children to identify with characters and story lines.
Get out those tissue boxes. Because this 96-year-old man’s love song for his late wife is guaranteed to make you tear up.
The following list is intended both to empower you to heal and to decide how others can and cannot help. This is not to discourage you from reaching out to others for help, but rather to assist you in distinguishing useful responses from hurtful ones.
If you want to play with other kids in the social media sandbox, you need to learn a couple pointers on friendly interaction — unless you want to play alone.
After watching Miley Cyrus’ overly provocative and slutty performance on the VMAs Sunday night I think the below Facebook post from Caleb Wilde puts the ‘should a child attend a funeral’ discussion in perspective.