Education Center

Here at Everlasting Memories, we feel that educating our consumers on their product selection for memorializing their loved one is the best "product" we can offer.We have listed our products below and invite you to educate yourself on your products of interest and the selection process. Of course, our customer service representatives are also available to answer any questions or concerns you may have about any of our products.

PET URNS

product information

PET CREMATION JEWELRY

helpful articles

HELPFUL ARTICLES

GRIEF

Grief and Grieving: Healing After Loss Through the Grieving Process 10 Tips For Dealing With Regreat After A Loved One Dies How To Overcome Health Anxiety After Suffering A Loss 8 Tips For Choosing A Sympathy Plant How Music Can Help With Grief How To Mourn When An Abusive Parent Dies Reconnecting With Memories Of Your Loved One Grief and Graduation Learning To Travel Again After The Loss Of A Partner Helpful Tips For Writing A Meaningful Sympathy Note Helpful Children Cope With Celebrity Deaths Remembrance & Meaning Through Tattoos Managing An Unexpected Inheritance While Grieving Coping With A Terminal Illness First Responder Funerals The Importance Of Autopsies A Complete Guide To Leaving A Legacy Knowing When It's Time To Get Rid Of Their Things Honoring Dads, Grandpas, Grandfathers & Papas A Complete Guide On Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Writing Letters As A Form Of Grieving Top 25 Grieving Gifts Ambiguous Grief: Coping With Alzheimer's & Dementia 25 Ways To Repurpose Your Loved Ones Clothing And Personal Effects The Loss Of A Child: Miscarriage, Infant Loss & Stillbirth When Your Parents Need Assisted Living Loss & Difficult Relationships The First Year After Loss Coping With Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

DEATH RELATED TOPICS

Can I bury my loved one at home? After Death Communications Pregnancy After Loss Tips On Making Sympathy Meals What Is A Death Cafe? What Is A Death Doula? How To Have A Funeral When You Don't Have Any Money 10 Things To Know About Hospice Care How To Care For A Dying Loved One At Home Going Back To Work After Suffering A Loss