All about anger: The good, the bad and the coping

All about anger: The good, the bad and the coping

From a slight feeling of irritation to extreme frustration and physical aggression, we’ve all felt anger on some level. And for many, angry feelings are normal in the wake of losing a loved one. Anger is well-known as one of the often espoused five stages of grief –...
Myth versus reality: Understanding the nature of grief

Myth versus reality: Understanding the nature of grief

There’s nothing quite like grief. It’s complicated. It can be messy. And we each experience it in our own way. Every one of us will experience grief during our life. But even though grief is universal, we don’t talk about it. We don’t share our experiences. Perhaps...
The Unknown Soldier: Welcoming home a fallen mate

The Unknown Soldier: Welcoming home a fallen mate

Remembrance Day in 2018 marks the 25th anniversary of the return of the Unknown Soldier – a historic national event that would not have been possible without the support of the Australian Funeral Directors Association and its members across Australia. The Tomb of the...