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Funerals And The Experience Of Letting Go

By Leila Clarkson

Even if we know that our lives would not go on forever and that we would all eventually die, we still feel deep hurt when someone very close to us dies. Nonetheless, in order for us to come to terms with the demise of a person very close to us, we have to confront the matter head on. Moreover, the fact remains that if the deceased was part of your immediate family, you must take part in the preparations and arrangement for the funeral service. It may be that pain will threaten to overwhelm you at this time, making you incapable of making decisions; a reputable funeral home may be able to provide their service at this time. Nonetheless, you still need to supervise some matters regarding the funeral service preparations.

When people lose people they love through death, their first reactions would be shock and disbelief. It can be very hard to come to terms with what happened.

Then, deep sorrow overwhelms us. It can be very hard to create decisions, most especially with how to go about with the funeral arrangements for their loved one who died.

Considering the anguish that only the death of a loved one can cause, it is not surprising that many mourning persons are incapable of making proper arrangements for the funeral of their loved ones.

Usually, well-meaning relatives and friends will take on the job of arranging the funeral service. Nevertheless, these well-intentioned people may hurry the process in the misguided notion that the bereaved’s life has to get back “to normal” in the soonest possible time. Commonly, funerals arranged like this fails to give due commemoration to the life of the one who passed away.

At this moment, the grieving individual is very weak, and the ones arranging the funeral should always bear this in mind. This is a very special and sensitive time. It is also the family’s ultimate opportunity to give honor to the person they love.

So as to have an efficient flow of the funeral service that is to the wishes of the bereaved family, the funeral director must directly consult with the bereaved. The funeral director must take it upon his or her hands that the funeral arrangements are accomplish in conformity with the specifications of the bereaved, and the funeral director must ensure that the life of the dearly departed will be honored with the solemnity and reverence it merits.

Further, a funeral director can process requirements and smooth out the details for special requests regarding interments (for example, interments at sea or cremation), as these burial practices may need special licenses from the state or country.

For the bereaved family, the funeral is a way through which they can express their sorrow over the passing away of their loved ones. A funeral service is part of the process of healing the anguish of loss when someone we love dies.

Funerals are rituals where we say adieu to those people who died and yet remain cherished in our lives – we bid them farewell yet keep their memories alive in our hearts.

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Clarkson, Leila "Funerals And The Experience Of Letting Go." Funerals And The Experience Of Letting Go. 3 Jul. 2010. uberarticles.com. 27 Sep 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/web-owners/marketing/the-process-of-mourning/>.

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Clarkson, L (2010, July 3). Funerals And The Experience Of Letting Go. Retrieved September 27, 2014, from http://uberarticles.com/web-owners/marketing/the-process-of-mourning/

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Clarkson, Leila "Funerals And The Experience Of Letting Go" uberarticles.com. http://uberarticles.com/web-owners/marketing/the-process-of-mourning/


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