Author name: Mary Willliams

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Preparing for The Inevitable – A Humanist Approach to Discussing Death With Your Loved Ones

Death is never easy, regardless of whether it is anticipated or not. Almost 400,00 people per year die without telling their loved ones what their end-of-life wishes are when they die. This can make a difficult situation even harder, especially if it is an unexpected death. Here are tips on how to prepare.

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Choosing your wedding music by Louise Williams Celebrant in Leeds, Manchester and Yorkshire. Photo by Jens Thekkeveettil on Unsplash

Choosing the Perfect Music for Your Wedding Ceremony: A Symphony of Love

Music is a beautiful language that intertwines with our most profound moments, etching them deep within our hearts. We feel the music more profound than the sound we initially hear, evoking memories and physical responses. The choice of music for your Humanist ceremony offers a unique opportunity to translate your shared love story into a language everyone can understand – the language of melodies and harmonies. 

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How to Navigate Family Expectations When Planning a Humanist Wedding

Embarking on your wedding planning journey is a whirlwind of excitement, joy, and decision-making. Yet, when your heart is firmly set on a Humanist wedding, navigating traditional family expectations can add an extra layer of complexity. It’s like navigating a fascinating- yet unfamiliar territory that the people who love you most might not fully understand!

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