Hi everyone, my name is AnaMae Merton. I recently lost my birth parents during a heavy storm. Their deaths left me reeling, though we were not very close. Furthermore, I was the only surviving kin, so it was my job to arrange the funerals for both of them. The funeral arrangement process was incredibly difficult without knowing much about their personalities or passions. I struggled to find the best songs, outfits, caskets, burial sites and flowers. Luckily, the funeral director helped me identify suitable options for my birth parents' funerals. I hope to help people understand all of the different funeral arrangement options available today. Please visit my site anytime to learn more.
17 February 2023
Religious expectations and requirements are a common source of conflict in funeral preparations, particularly when decedents were affiliated with religions different from their families. Resolving these conflicts to the satisfaction of all parties involved can be challenging, but here are two tips for working things out. The Decedent's Wishes Should Take Precedence "Funerals are for the living" is a common sentiment meant to highlight how these ceremonies can help friends and family members find closure and healing after their loved ones have passed.