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Covid-19: Rules and regulations (Singapore) for funeral wakes during Circuit Breaker Phase 3

IMPORTANT: Click here for the latest Covid-19 Updates, Rules, and Restrictions for Funeral wakes.   Phase 3 rules and regulations for Funeral Wakes in Singapore (Updated on 20th April 2021)   Latest update: From 8th – 30th May
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A Helpful Guide On Attending Different Kinds Of Funerals

In Singapore, funerals are quite a common occurrence, and many of us may have had to attend them because of the passing of an older family member or someone else that we know. We often know the general rule of attending funerals, such as not wearing clothing

Holding a funeral wake during Phase 3 “Heightened Alert” (From 10 August 2021 Onwards)

IMPORTANT: Click here for the latest Covid-19 Updates, Rules, and Restrictions for Funeral wakes. Update: From 10th August onwards: No. of funeral wake attendees is capped at 30 pax Visitors can sit in groups of 5   Holding a funeral wake during Phase 2
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Healing Heartbreak And Soothing The Soul With Yoga

No matter what day or season it is, moving on from a recent loss is not that easy. In fact, it is quite an insurmountable feat. With the recent festivities such as the Lunar New Year or the forthcoming Valentine’s Day, old wounds might surface and reopen.
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What Kind Of Gifts You Can Send Or Bring To A Funeral

If you have been to most funerals in Singapore, they are filled with an overwhelming amount of flowers. Whether they are placed around the casket or left as gift bouquets at the entrance, flowers have become the go-to funeral gift idea. They are a visual
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Style Of Grieving: Intuitive Grief VS Instrumental Grief

In their research of grief, two prominent psychiatrists, Terry Martin and Kenneth Doka, identified two major patterns of grief response. Known as intuitive grief and instrumental grief, the psychiatrists observed that these two different styles of grieving
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Getting Through Grief During The Holiday Season In Singapore

The holidays can be a challenging time for those who mourning the loss of a loved one. Amidst the festive atmosphere, it can be difficult to connect to the celebratory season. No matter how many presents you wrap up or how much dinner you stuff into your
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Creative Ways You Can Use To Help Children Cope With Grief

As adults, we might be able to better understand our own emotions and feelings of pain. We can understand grief as a response to loss, such as the death of a loved one. We are able to see and recognise the emotional and psychological nuances when it comes to
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What Are Stuck Points In Grief And How To Address Them

Stuck points is a term that was coined within the research exploring post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). When people struggle to recover from the traumatic events, they might run into stuck points that are linked to how they think about themselves, their
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Soundscapes Of Death And Loss: Music’s Role In Mourning

When it comes down to emotional expression, music always been associated as the most powerful mode for displaying the range of the human consciousness. In sadness, in jubilance, in celebration, in tradition, music has always been around to convey something
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Dealing With Death And Loss: Turning Pain Into Power

Losing anybody to the unknown realm of death is a devastating blow to one’s life. It could be a parent. It could be an animal companion. It could be someone you used to work with on a daily basis. The sudden absence is bound to have its effect on one’s
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Creative And Interesting Ways To Pay Tribute To The Deceased

Losing a loved one is never easy. Each person mourns in their own way and at their own pace and time. Grief itself is an experience that may become a part of the mourner’s life. It is not possible to know when the pain might return suddenly, if it does. No
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What Rituals Can Teach Us About Death And Remembrance

In the Mexican and Mexican-American communities, they have a celebratory holiday known as The Day of the Dead (“Día de los Muertos”). Lasting over a couple of days, Mexican families and friends gather to celebrate and remember loved ones who have passed