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Grief

Processing the Grief of a Diagnosis

Grief isn’t always related to death. Receiving a serious diagnosis, whether it’s your own or a loved one’s, can induce a wave of grief that can be difficult to face. You may even be surprised by how intensely sad or angry you feel after receiving significant medical news. This… Read More

4 Ways to Practice Self-care While Grieving

After the loss of a loved one, grief can come about in ways you didn’t expect. Our care team at Sunset View Cemetery & Mortuary recognizes that each grief journey for families in Oakland, Berkeley, Richmond, and Pinole is different, and it is important not to… Read More

Spring Forward: Moving Past Seasonal Depression

Each year when winter sets in, many people experience bouts of seasonal depression. At Sunset View Cemetery, we realize it doesn’t get quite as cold in the Bay Area as in other parts of the country. Still, the shorter days, decreased sunlight, and cooler temps can have a… Read More

Grieving a Partner’s Loss on Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is a special time to be with those you love most. When you’ve lost a loved one, the holiday can feel like something that must be endured and not enjoyed. If you’re grieving the loss of your partner, it can be tempting to deny the feelings of heartache… Read More

Coping With Reminders of Your Loved One

After losing a loved one, there’s no need to go looking for reminders of them. These reminders are all around you, showing up in expected and unexpected ways. A song they loved comes on the radio . . . Their favorite bird rests on a branch outside your window . Read More

What Happens to Social Media Accounts When a Loved One Dies?

It’s a question our staff is hearing more and more often these days at Sunset View Cemetery & Mortuary: “My sister/aunt/friend has died, but their social media is still active. What can I do to turn it off?” Others have asked us what will happen to their own… Read More

Healthy Ways to Help Process Your Grief

The word grief is derived from the Latin gravis, which means weighty or heavy. When we lose a loved one, it can feel like an impossible weight has been placed on our shoulders. Our empathetic staff members at Sunset View regularly meet people who are grieving a loss. Read More

Healthy Ways to Help Process Your Grief

The word grief is derived from the Latin gravis, which means weighty or heavy. When we lose a loved one, it can feel like an impossible weight has been placed on our shoulders. Our empathetic staff members at Sunset View regularly meet people who are grieving a loss. Read More

When Coping with Loss, Grief Has No Timetable

After losing a loved one, your life will be shaken up in a number of ways that you will have never imagined or expected. While you can trust us at Sunset View Cemetery & Mortuary to be there for you throughout this entire process, we understand that it… Read More

How To Offer Support from a Distance

Imagine this situation: Your friend just lost a loved one. You want to do everything you can to offer support, but you live across the country. How can you help when you’re so far away? It’s likely that many of us have faced this situation over the past year. Even… Read More