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Have you ever had a disagreement with someone in your family? Can you imagine how it could add stress to planning a funeral? If your family isn’t all on the same page when it comes to funeral decisions, then it could lead to heartache.
Have you ever noticed how bleak the days seem after a funeral? Do you ever think to check in on someone who has lost a friend or family member? If you’ve ever lost a loved one, then you know all too well the importance of having someone to help in the weeks and months that follow.
Do you know about the available funeral options in Vancouver? If you aren’t sure about the different types of funerals and memorials, then you could be missing the chance to plan a service that truly honors your departed loved one.
Have you ever had to make funeral plans? Do you ever think about what your final wishes are regarding the memorial to celebrate your life? If you aren’t sure about the details regarding cremations and burials, then you could make a decision that you might later regret.
Have you ever reflected on how people might remember you if the unthinkable happens? Do you have any special wishes for your funeral service? If you haven’t started pre-planning your funeral, then you risk leaving it up to your grieving loved ones to plan out after you’re gone.
Have you ever wondered how to refer to a certain aspect of funeral care? Do you want to learn more about the proper terms to use? If you know the proper funeral care terms, then it will be a huge advantage if you are ever responsible for making funeral arrangements.
Have you ever attended a funeral for a close friend? Perhaps you’ve experienced a similar, significant loss in life. If you’ve ever lost a close friend, then you know it can be just as hard as losing a blood relative or other family member.
Have you ever wondered what happens after a funeral when everyone’s gone? Do you know the best way to communicate with friends and family after losing a loved one? If you assume things about others after a funeral, then it could lead you to a social faux pas.
Have you given any thought to pre-planning your funeral wishes? Is this something you’ve discussed with your family? If your family has no idea what type of service you prefer for your own funeral, then you could add stress to an already difficult time.
Have you ever heard of someone who dies while out of town? What would you do if you found out a traveling family member met with the unthinkable? If you aren’t sure of what to do, then it could end up delaying funeral services to honor the deceased.