Pathways Newsletter by Moles Farewell Tributes

By: John W. Moles
Monday, March 14, 2016

Pathways is a Quarterly Newsletter produced by Moles Farewell Tributes to help you on your journey through the grief of losing a cherished loved one. Loss can be the hardest process in our lives and is often very isolating, and the newsletter is aimed at helping anyone going through a challenging time after a loss.

The Pathways Newsletter is a reminder that you are not alone, even though you have experienced a loss. Each loss is profound; Moles Farewell Tributes and Pathways acknowledge that, but help readers to move forward as well. Through well-researched articles about the grieving process, Pathways communicates strategies and shared experiences to assist you through life’s most trying time.


Compassionate and well-researched articles in Pathways describe the grieving process that we will all experience in some way during our lives. Although this process is different for everyone, knowing that others have experienced similar stages on the journey is helpful for those struggling right now.

Pathways is not a one-time document for the day of your loss. Greif can last years. Pathways recognizes that and so the publication is ongoing. Pathways can become a regular reminder that the process continues for us well beyond the first days or months of loss. With new information every quarter, Pathways ensures that those in the process do not feel abandoned shortly after the funeral itself is complete.


Although information, empathy and understanding are helpful, it is the strategies contained in Pathways that will make a difference for those struggling with their grief. Pathways details helpful services provides by Moles Farewell Tributes, such as pre-planning options.

Also included are day-to-day strategies for moving forward after a loss. Suggestions for turning trauma and pain into new personal growth can really make the difference during the first year after losing someone important. The mix of psychological language grounded in real research as well as an intimate understanding of what makes grief so difficult makes these strategies both effective and empathetic.

Pathways could make the difference for someone struggling with grief. Moles Farewell Tributes has such extensive experience with grief, and the process of losing a loved one; their insights in the Pathways Newsletter are second to none. Truly focused on helping you move forward with your life while always recognizing the pain of a loss is what makes Pathways unique. Sign up today for you or a loved one who could benefit from these insights.


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