No two people deal with death and grief in the same way. There is no right or wrong way to cope with grief. It is normal to experience intense and painful emotional reactions when someone important to you dies.
A eulogy is a special speech or tribute delivered at the funeral or memorial service. They are usually delivered by family members, close friends, and the celebrant or minister.
So how do I write a eulogy?
Attending a funeral can be daunting; this brief overview gives you a few do’s & don’ts.
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When you plan ahead you can ease the burden for your family of making many complicated decisions as well as what can be a large and unplanned expense of a funeral.
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