Improving Your Relationship With Your Kids

  • A Bit About Green Funerals

    18 December 2019

    There are as many different types of funerals as there are religions and customs. There may be more, actually, as many customs allow for different ways to deal with death. In the U.S., the most common funeral services involve either burial/interment of the deceased, or cremation. Generally, there is some type of viewing of the body by friends and loved ones before the body is put to rest. While it may be very difficult to process what is happening and what you want to happen when a loved one has died, you do have options.

  • Things to Know about Semi-Open Adoptions If You Are Not Ready to Be a Mom

    9 March 2016

    Choosing to give up a baby for adoption is rarely an easy decision for a birth mother to make; however, it is often the best decision for the baby depending on the circumstances. This baby deserves a good life, and this is what adoption offers a child when the birth mother is not yet ready or able to give the baby the life he or she deserves. If you have made the difficult decision to give up your baby for adoption, you may be able to choose the family that adopts your child and the type of adoption you choose.

  • 5 Ways To Honor Loved Ones With Geocaching

    2 March 2016

    A great way to honor your loved one is by setting up something that will last for numerous years to come. One way to do this is with geocaching or letterboxing. The tradition involves hikers and nature lovers that explore wooded areas to find hidden boxes using the assistance of a GPS device. Inside the boxes, a person can collect a special token, stamp, or leave words of encouragement. When creating your own geocaching spot to honor a loved one, there are five different methods you can use.