The following are links to other funeral and grief related services:
Funeral Wish List is an online planning tool, which can be used to assist in structuring and planning a funeral. The site is aimed at those who like to take control in their life so as not to leave the planning to everybody else. In addition, carers and those with aging parents and relatives will find the site useful for making future arrangements for their loved ones. Planning ahead will ensure peace of mind, and reduce the burden and stress on your loved ones who are left with making appropriate funeral arrangements.
Online since 2005, Obits Pty. Ltd. has quickly become Australia's premier death notice, funeral notice and obituary website. The site contains links to funeral information, as well as a directory of Australian funeral industry businesses, including funeral directors, florists and celebrants.
(Articles on grief and loss)
Loss and grief are inevitable aspects of the human experience. It does not matter if the loss is the death of a loved one, a failed relationship, or other situational factors; grief and mourning are the result. One's response to these consequences will determine whether growth is realized or suffering and trauma continue. Significant others, including family, friends, and understanding Church leaders, can facilitate a healthy resolution, emotional healing, and spiritual insights.
When people lose a loved one, it is not uncommon for them to develop an interest in learning more about their family heritage. FamilySearch.org is a free online genealogy resource that includes the world's largest collection of family history records, free downloads and links to other genealogy resources.
We have been members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day
Saints most of our lives. As its name suggests, the Church centres
around Jesus Christ as the Son of God and Saviour of mankind. An
important Church belief is that families are central to God's plan
for our happiness, and that through sacred ordinances and faithful
living, family relationships can continue beyond the grave.