Growing Up with Grief

Growing Up with Grief

Growing Up With Grief “Grief is like the ocean; it comes in waves, ebbing and flowing. Sometimes the water is calm, and sometimes it is overwhelming. All we can do is learn to swim” – Vicki Harrison. I have spent the last twenty years navigating the waters of my own...
Grief and the New Year

Grief and the New Year

Grief and the New Year The start of a new year is a time that many people reflect on their goals such as going to the gym more, drinking more water, drinking less alcohol, eating healthier, etc. They also work to leave their emotional struggles behind them. For those...
Grief and the Holidays

Grief and the Holidays

Grief and the Holidays Tiffany Eisenbraun, Grief Counselor This time of year can be very bittersweet for those of us who are experiencing grief, especially the first year following the loss of a loved one. Memories of good times at the holiday season can remind us of...
Grief and Self-Care

Grief and Self-Care

Grief and Self-Care My name is Tiffany Eisenbraun and I am one of the grief counselors with Roper and Sons Funeral Home. I wanted to take some time to discuss a topic I have a passion for, with grief work. I currently run our Structured Grief Group for individuals who...
Coming Soon!

Coming Soon!

Coming Soon! Roper & Sons Funeral Home is very excited to announce that we will soon serve south Lincoln at a brand new facility. South Lincoln is growing faster than most other areas in our community, and Roper & Sons is excited to be part of that growth. Our...
Death & Social Media

Death & Social Media

Death and Social Media In today’s society, social media is a very real, and often an important part of life. But what happens when you die? Does your account die with you? The answer is… sort of. Google deletes your account after a period of inactivity (this includes...