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Wayne M. Singletary was born at St. Vincent's Hospital, Jacksonville, Florida to Marvin D. Singletary and lma Louise...

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L’lene Busch, 98, of Valrico, Florida formerly of Jacksonville, Florida passed away Wednesday June 5, 2019. She...

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Volodymyr Orgunov, 78, of Jacksonville passed away June 5, 2019. Arrangements are with Evergreen Funeral Home &...

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Helping Yourself Heal When Someone You Care About Dies of a Drug Overdose

A friend or family member has died of a drug overdose. Death and grief are always hard, but when someone dies from drug use, understanding your feelings and knowing what to think and say about the death can be especially difficult. This article offers compassionate guidance for coping with your own grief as well as

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Helping Yourself Heal When an Adult Sibling Dies

“To the outside world we all grow old.  But not to brothers and sisters.  We know each other as we always were.  We know each other’s hearts.  We share private family jokes.  We remember family feuds and secrets, family griefs and joys.  We live outside the touch of time.” —Clara Ortega Your brother or sister

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You Must Go Backward Before You Can Go Forward

A paradox is a seemingly self-contradictory statement or situation that is in fact often true. The paradox of mourning we will consider together in this article might, at first glance, seem self-contradictory, but as I will reveal, it is actually a forgotten Truth with a capital T. It’s a Truth we must rediscover because it

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We all know it’s inevitable, especially in later years, but it still hurts and is overwhelming when a parent passes on. The experience seems surreal. Your parent is gone – the person who has been by your side since day one. A parent gave you unconditional love and knows more about you than most people,

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When and How to Create Your Will

When and How to Create Your Will

As we get older, we inevitably start to think about death and dying, unfortunately. We know it happens to all of us – we can’t escape it. However, the best thing we can do is enjoy our life now, while also preparing for that stage. When one thinks of death, funerals and wakes usually come

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What is the Proper Etiquette at a Funeral and Wake

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Funerals can be awkward and stressful for many people – going to a funeral can be intimidating, especially if you’ve never been to one or haven’t gone to one in a while. It’s a good idea to familiarize yourself with funeral etiquette and customs, so you will feel more comfortable going. Don’t miss out on

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