Find Closure from Divorce with Divorce Ceremonies

Verb: divorce – “separate or dissociate (something) from something else, typically with an undesirable effect.”

A divorce is a difficult, yet frequent event occurrence and can be: unexpected, in response to an act of betrayal, or a last-resort solution to a difficult relationship. Yet regardless of the reason for divorce, it typically is a painful process, provoking as the definition claims, “an undesirable effect”. But does it need to be that way?

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What is a Hand Fasting Wedding Ceremony?

Hand Fasting Ceremonies have made a bit of a comeback in recent years. Hand Fasting is the act of binding a couple’s hands together with cord or ribbon to symbolise their union. This usually takes place after vows and wedding rings are exchanged.

They’re thought to date back to pre-Reformation Celtic communities in the 16th century. Hand Fasting would take place a year before marriage where a couple would have a kind of trial marriage. If all went well during this year, then that meant the marriage would be a good fit.

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How Living Funerals Can Help with the Grieving Process

Funerals are a key stage of the grieving process. They can provide much-needed closure and a chance to say a final goodbye. While many funerals include lots of funny or heart-warming stories shared about a recently passed loved one, the guest of honour isn’t there to hear them.

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