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Pathways partners with eCondolence.com, the premier resource for condolence, sympathy, and loss-related content and gifts. Find tools, comprehensive articles and resources on grief, coping, bereavement and loss, along with guidance for expressing condolences.


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Grief is the natural response to loss- and as we process through grief, we learn to cope. Understanding grief and what it means to cope are important first steps to recovery after the loss of a loved one.

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The length of time that bereavement lasts varies, dependent upon many factors, including how close a relationship the bereaved has with the deceased and type of loss. Learn about loss and bereavement, explore types of loss based on relationship or circumstance, and find ways to cope.

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A variety of factors impact the traditions, customs and practices observed that relate to the funeral, burial, memorial service, grieving process and honoring the departed.
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Directories, guides, and other tools will walk you step-by-step through the planning process given a variety of circumstances. These resources help guide you through the most common situations that can occur during a time of loss.

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Finding an appropriate funeral home to handle the memorial service and burial can be a sensitive and overwhelming process. Visit the Funeral Home Directory for listings of reliable service providers in your area.

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Communicating condolences to those we care for can be a difficult task. Learn the most appropriate ways to express condolences and provide help to someone after the loss of a loved one.

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More About Pathways Home Health, Hospice & Private Duty

Pathways provides high-quality, patient and family-centered care in the home, with kindness and respect, promoting comfort, independence and dignity. Pathways is a local family of health services provided at home. Founded by a group of Stanford physicians and community members in 1977, Pathways is a non-profit organization.

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