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Published: March 14, 2019

When someone you love passes away, it leaves you hurt and a funeral service helps fill many important needs like:

Gives us a chance to say our final goodbyesProvides comfort and support for all our friends and familyAllows us to reflect on the meaning of life and deathIs an acknowledgement of the fact that someone we love that passed awayGives us hope for livingFunerals give us a chance to move from life before death to life after death. This has been in our culture since the beginning of time. Here is a list of points on how funeral services begin our healing process:

1. Allows Us to Pay Tribute

During the funeral service, a special tribute is paid to the person’s life. In addition, a funeral also has a number of other purposes like remembering the life of the departed, acknowledging the death & providing comfort to family and friends during this difficult time.

2. Begin Mourning

Coming face-to-face with the reality of a person’s demise can be extremely difficult to deal with. Conducting a memorial service helps the survivors. It gives us a chance to grieve from the inside and express it through mourning.

3. Receive Support

When someone you love passes away, it leaves you sad and feeling empty. It can be difficult to express the feelings you have for the person. Conducting a funeral service gives family and friends this opportunity. Caring for each other is probably the best way to help you cope with the loss.

4. Express Emotions That You Feel

A funeral gives us the chance to express our beliefs, feelings, and thoughts. We accept the fact that someone we truly cared about has passed on and it gives us the chance to say our final goodbyes.

If you want to know anything about our funeral services, don’t hesitate to contact us at The Jerry Spears Company. Our team will be happy to help.

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