The Funeral is For Those Left
A funeral is a time of great pain for the family and
friends of someone who has died. Yet at the same time, planning a funeral
can be an opportunity for a family to come together in love for each other
If you are right now coping with the
death of someone you care about ... or perhaps preparing in advance of
a coming death ... my heart goes out to you.
service is a ceremony that carries great significance ... your burdens
are not just emotional, but social and financial as well. And often we
feel pressured, and at the mercy of the funeral industry.
FuneralsWithLove.com is meant to
be a down-to-earth guide for survivors, in need of quick answers.
Write a eulogy you'll be proud of . . . in 5 simple steps
you need more help than you can find on this site, we also publish two
downloadable books ... A Eulogy to Remember
and Saying Goodbye with Love ... which
may be what you're looking for.
A Eulogy to Remember includes
easy guidelines to help you write a eulogy you'll be proud of, and deliver
it with confidence.
You'll learn a simple "building block" method of gathering
the facts and stories that will become the heart of your eulogy.
As well, there are seven sample eulogies for you to model.
"I never could have written this without your help.... The book
was great. It really helped me to organize my thoughts at a difficult
time. I came up with a great theme. Many people at the funeral told me
it was the best eulogy they had ever heard."
Joy Durham, architect
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more about this downloadable Eulogy book
Here's how to plan the funeral
with Love comes recommended by Dr. Bernie Siegel, and includes 14
essential fill-in-the-blanks forms and checklists to make the organization
of this major life event so much simpler.
downloadable book includes helpful advice on:
what to when death occurs
how to take care of the body
how your friends and family can help you
how to plan the service
how to plan the burial or cremation
how to arrange a visitation or viewing
how to keep the costs down
how to write the obituary
how to make it through the service
and much information to get you through the practical, legal
and financial matters after the funeral
My husband and I are tremendously impressed with what you have
done. Your wonderful book will relieve the sleepless nights of so many
facing the death of a loved one, and the terrible anxiety of what to do
when it happens. I particularly like the worksheets, which can be photocopied
and ready for instant access.
Jane Bailey, homemaker
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