Everyone in life is trying to capture time. You must provide that time to people who lost the one they love.
Cremation is a very popular choice when it comes to an “end of life experience” however, most individuals do not realize that in order to begin a new healthy walk down the path of their own lives, they must begin to grieve and heal in a sharing environment with family and friends.
Simply put, cremation is a mode of disposition just as if one were to choose a traditional funeral. This is a very personal and important decision for everyone to make but what is crucial is for the ones left behind to discover the ways in which they can grieve through the company you keep while in a Life Celebration® Home.
The truth is, you cannot press the pause button on grief. Most often, people who choose cremation sometimes
unknowingly do not allow themselves enough time to grieve properly and realize their own psychological needs. You, your family, and believe it or not, your loved one’s co-workers (the people who have spent 80% of their lives with the one you love), all deserve an opportunity to grieve and heal. Having your loved one present for a funeral service followed by cremation is a bona fide path to healing that ministers to the needs of everyone throughout the experience. A Life Celebration® Home has the ultimate responsibility to provide a nurturing path of healing for everyone.