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A Few Of Our Favourite Funeral Favour Ideas

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A Few Of Our Favourite Funeral Favour Ideas

The tradition of giving guests a small gift or favour to take home with them as a reminder of the day has always been popular for weddings, but you might be surprised to know that funeral favours are becoming increasingly popular too.

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Pet Bereavement... Saying Farewell to a Faithful Friend

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Pet Bereavement... Saying Farewell to a Faithful Friend

Saying goodbye to a much-loved pet can be surprisingly hard and the emptiness can feel all consuming. As grief therapist Dipti Tait says "“Pet grief can be a profound and unique experience."

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The Importance of Self-Care When You're Grieving

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The Importance of Self-Care When You're Grieving

When you are broken by the death of someone you love, finding time to look after yourself is essential. But it 's not always easy. Five women explain how they looked after themselves through the difficult early days of bereavement.

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What makes the humble Forget-Me-Not the perfect Funeral Favour?

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What makes the humble Forget-Me-Not the perfect Funeral Favour?

For such a humble little flower, forget-me-nots have a big place in our hearts and are often used as a symbol of remembrance. The subject of poems and legends, the forget-me-not’s cult status outweighs its diminutive size and simple beauty.

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Young Widowhood... I Didn't Know How to be a Widow

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Young Widowhood... I Didn't Know How to be a Widow

It sometimes feels like there are two types of widows in the world – the stooped old lady stereotype, and the kind that swish their glamorous cloaks around, Scottish Widows-style. At least that’s how Rosie Freeland felt...

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