Understanding Family Connections

  • The Advantages & Disadvantages Of The Top Three Things To Do With Your Loved One's Ashes

    8 November 2016

    If one of your loved ones has recently passed away and wanted to be cremated, the next thing that you and your family has to decide is what to do with your loved one's cremated remains. Here is a quick breakdown of the advantages and disadvantages of the top three options for your loved ones remains.  #1 Scatter The Ashes Somewhere On Land One of the biggest advantages of scattering your loved one's ashes somewhere on land is that it doesn't cost you anything at all to do it.

  • 2 Affordable Funeral Options

    23 September 2016

    If you are looking for a way to keep your funeral costs down so that you aren't leaving your family with a huge funeral bill, you have some options open to you.  Body Donation One thing you can do is to donate your body to science. That is a broad term that covers several things. One of those is donating your body to a medical school. That will allow students to get a hands-on lesson on anatomy.

  • Are You Better Off In A Dress Or A Suit For Homecoming?

    13 September 2016

    Choosing an outfit for a homecoming dance is not a simple task. Do your friends know what they're wearing and do they mind if you wear the same color? Has the dance been officially announced so that you know exactly where and when -- and thus what the weather would be like, too? Do you choose the latest fashion or a classic look? Luckily, you can find a lot of different styles of dresses, including non-dress options like suits.

  • Preparing To Reunite With A Child You Gave Up For Adoption

    12 July 2016

    Giving up a baby for adoption is a challenging hurdle that some biological mothers must overcome. While you may have processed the emotions associated with the initial adoption, reuniting with your biological child after some time has passed can bring up a new set of emotions that must be dealt with in order to move forward and have a healthy relationship with your child. Here are three things that you can do to ensure your adoption reunion is a positive experience for both you and the child you placed for adoption.