Saying Goodbye – Your way
Act Now before your final Goodbye.
When families are confronted with trying to prepare the funeral, shock and grief can make it very difficult to remember those things that they need to know about “Mum” or “Dad”! Generally your children look upon you as only their parent, not from any other perspective. So the other compartments of your life, as a lover, partner, friend, student, teacher, mentor, work colleague, employer, team player, sports person, voluntary worker, etc, etc, are not fully appreciated or understood.
The same can be said for your life experiences and their context. All this information is needed to prepare a fitting life tribute that will do justice to a person’s life as a whole.
So when is the best time to get started? Now – none of us know when our time is up!
So what can you do to start this process? Meet with your local independent Funeral Celebrant to discuss your funeral ceremony and the way you would like to say goodbye to your loved ones.