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Fair-Skinned? 5 Steps To Find Your Best Formal Dress

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Finding the right homecoming dress can be tricky. It requires matching your tastes, your budget and your best style for what might be a once in a lifetime evening. But if you have a pale skin tone, finding the right look can be even more difficult. So, how do you decide which colors will work best for you as an individual? Here are 5 best-dressed tips for anyone with fair skin.

27 July 2016

5 Aspects To Include In A Your Loved One's Funeral Service

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Funerals can be planned for almost any place, such as churches, a funeral home, outdoors, or even your own house. Even if the location is not traditional, you can still include traditional elements in the funeral service. Consider using these key components to make the funeral service of a loved one feel special. Eulogy It's common for a funeral service to include a eulogy, even if it is short and sweet.

25 March 2016

How To Explain Alzheimer's To The Kids

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Alzheimer's Disease is a progressive mental deterioration that can occur in middle or old age, due to generalized degeneration of the brain. While the impact of this disease on those suffering is devastating in its own right, Alzheimer's is one of the few diseases that can have an equally traumatic effect on the family and loved ones of those afflicted. Perhaps one of the hardest things to do as parents is having to explain a deteriorating mind to a developing one, which can make talking about Alzheimer's to children much more difficult.

3 March 2016

Pre-Planning Your Funeral: Three Details You Might Overlook

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Pre-planning your funeral takes the burden of paying for your funeral and burial away from your loved ones. You can also take advantage of pre-planning to make sure that everything is arranged to meet your wishes and prevent your loved ones from having to focus on small details while they are grieving. While choosing a funeral home, casket and grave marker might be obvious choices for pre-planning, other smaller details might get overlooked in the process.

2 March 2016

What Should You Do When Your Unborn Child's Adoptive Parents Change Their Minds?

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If you're entering the last trimester of your pregnancy and planning a private and open adoption for your unborn child, you've likely already begun making arrangements with the adoptive parents-to-be and planning your own transition from pregnant mother to birth parent to an adopted child. However, in some cases, these plans may go awry and the adoptive parents may terminate the agreement without discussion or remorse. What are your legal and logistical options in this situation?

17 November 2015