Between the death and the day of the funeral, you may have been surrounded by family and friends, and kept busy making arrangements.
The period after the funeral can be challenging as it may not be until after the funeral that you feel the full intensity of your grief. Everyone else may seem to have returned to normal, but your life is forever changed. It will take time to create a “new normal” for yourself.
Your grief is unique to you
If you feel like you are being told to rush your grief, try to connect with people who are more understanding. Those who were there alongside you when the person was dying may have particular insight into your experience.
You could share this information with them so that they develop a better understanding of grief and how to support you.
Forever Memories of your loved one for your home, your garden and closer still, for you.
We offer a personally sourced selection of handcrafted memorial tributes for your home, for your garden and for you. You can also choose to have the ashes kept in a small keepsake, such as an item of jewellery, a piece of sculpture within your home are art masterpiece – there are a vast range of options we would be happy to introduce to you.
Following a cremation, you have the choice of scattering ashes in a special place, interring at a church or cemetery, or holding on to them as a lasting memory of your loved one.
Take a look at our brochure to provide an insight to the range of personalisation we are able to offer.
When you are ready, we can support you further by creating a distinctive memory either in a piece of jewellery for yourself, maybe a keepsake within your home that is visible and also discreet, or perhaps a lasting memory placed in your garden –a place of your choice.
Please Contact Us to discuss further