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Grief Support

Why a Grief Support Group May Help You

It is frequently said every individual grieves in their own way. We are, after all, unique and we have unique relationships with those around us. We react to loss and death differently. That is not to say grief is SO unique that it can’t be shared. In fact, grief support…...

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Staff Member Spotlight: Gus the Grief Therapy Dog

As part of our continuing efforts to introduce you to our staff of caring professionals, we will occasionally feature a Staff Member Spotlight, highlighting one of our team members. Here, we would like to introduce you to Gus. Gus is one of the newest members of the Radel family and…...

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Tips to Finding the Best Grief Counselor for You

Many who go through the grieving process try to power through it alone. This is seldom the best answer. It is one of the reasons a well-planned final service can be so valuable. It lets us know there are those who care about us and who share in our loss.…...

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How Service Dogs Benefit Those Suffering Grief and Loss

Therapy and service dogs have become more a part of our everyday lives. They can be seen in retail stores, on airplanes and even in some restaurants. Therapy and service dogs often provide a calming effect and it is one of the reasons more funeral homes are making them more…...

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What You Should Consider Before Joining a Grief Support Group

Many grieving individuals, especially those deeply struggling with the death of a loved one, may seek out the assistance of a Grief Support Group. Today’s grief support groups can be found in local communities, and they may even be found online. Grief support groups can be invaluable to some and…...

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How to Overcome the Grief From a Deceased Loved One

Suffering through the loss of a loved one is a deeply personal experience. So much so that experts caution about telling someone who recently experienced a loss “I know how you feel”. They strongly suggest against consoling them by telling them how you got through a loss. This can minimize…...

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Psychological Components of Grief

It is often said that no two people experience grief in exactly the same way. How an individual processes the loss of a loved one can be complicated and based on a variety of factors. These factors can include the circumstances surrounding a death, religious beliefs, a person’s personality and…...

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The Physical Effects of Grief

Everyone experiences grief in their own way. Perhaps this is how it should be as we personally adjust to the loss of a loved one. Our personal relationship will play a role as will other factors like length and type of interactions we had with the individual. Grief may be…...

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New Ways to Say Goodbye

If you have been to a funeral service recently, you’ve likely noticed at least some changes from previous generations. Services today are often a little less “heavy”, less religious in nature and more customized. Families in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky are taking more control of loved one’s final services and…...

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Tips on Helping the Bereaved

At some point or another, most of us will find ourselves consoling someone who has lost a loved one. For most, it can be challenging deciding what to say and when to say it. We may have a fear of saying the wrong thing or even possibly upsetting the grieving…...

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