Author: Tina Bao

Coming to Terms with an Unattended Death

An unattended death is a death that occurs when no one is around. It can happen anywhere and at any time, and can take anywhere from a few hours to several months to discover. If you recently discovered or heard of the unattended death of a loved one, read this article for help coming to … Continued

How Tear Gas Clean-Up Works

As you may know, tear gas is not one product—it actually refers to over a dozen different chemicals that cause irritation of the mucous membranes and lead to tearing, pain, and rashes. Tear gas is sometimes used by law enforcement, and it is also sometimes used as a self-defense weapon. If any form of tear … Continued

Understanding the Different Stages of Grief

At some point, everyone experiences the death of a loved one and the difficult emotions that come with it. For years, mental health experts have studied grief and its various phases, from initial shock to acceptance. If you have suffered a recent loss, you may find comfort in the following article, which briefly outlines five … Continued

Grieving After a Death

Grief is a process—an experience that a person will inevitably go through after the death of a loved one. Some people experience bouts of grief, while others deal with it for many years. To learn more about grieving after a death, watch this video. While the grieving process is different for each person, experts agree … Continued

Depression and Suicide: Identifying the Signs

Sometimes there are no warning signs of suicide and depression, but there are cues that can be picked up if you know what to look for. Taking notice of these signs and responding to them appropriately is extremely important, as it could save someone’s life. Here are some of the warning signs that indicate a … Continued

Coming to Terms with Grief After a Loved One Commits Suicide

The suicide of a loved one is always a traumatic experience. Protecting your wellbeing after hearing the news is very difficult, and healing from it can take years. Coping with the emotional grief may be tough, but the following tips can help you begin the process of acceptance and recovery. Accept Your Emotional State A … Continued

The Benefits of Hiring a Professional Crime Clean-Up Service

Seeing blood or other bodily fluids in your home, automobile, or business can be a very traumatic experience. Aside from the mental and emotional challenges, cleaning up blood also poses a potential health hazard. If blood and other bodily fluids are not properly cleaned up and disposed of, it could result in property damage and … Continued

What Are the Warning Signs of Suicide?

Experts say that the vast majority of people who have committed suicide were suffering from clinical depression or some other mental disorder. To ensure that you are familiar with the warning signs of depression and suicide, watch this video. Depressed individuals usually experience a change in their sleep and eating patterns, and will probably begin … Continued

Coping with a Sudden or Traumatic Death

Every time you say goodbye to a loved one, you assume that you will see that person again. You don’t expect your loved one to commit suicide or become a homicide victim. Thousands of families endure such an occurrence every year—and they don’t expect it, either. If you should face an unthinkable tragedy, let this … Continued

How Homicide Clean-Up Works

After a homicide, grief isn’t the only thing left behind. After the police come and the coroner takes the deceased away, there’s still the practical matter of cleaning up the bodily fluids left behind. Since most people don’t have the fortitude to handle such a horrendous task, the job often falls to homicide clean-up professionals. … Continued