By Top Funeral Home - 8/2/2019
No matter how long our parents may live, we often feel that we wanted to spend more time with them and their death came too soon. Just because death is the natural order of things, it does not diminish the sense of loss we feel when it happens.
The magnitude of this loss can take you by surprise. Because many people are unsure of how to handle the unfortunate tragedy of losing a parent, our team at Top Funeral Home would like to offer some suggestions for coping.
Grieving is the outward expression of loss. Nobody grieves in exactly the same way and your experience will be influenced by the type of relationship you had with your parent. It is normal to grieve in your own way and on your own time. Our partner, Epstein Memorial Chapel, offers multiple grief support services in order to help you cope with the loss of your loved one:
The parent-child bond is one of the most important relationships in life. Though your parent is no longer with you physically, they will continue to live on in spirit through your memories. You may want to create a tribute to your deceased loved one such as planting a tree in their honor.
Hodroff-Epstein offers a memorial website service where you can connect with family and friends to honor your loved one. Take a tour, so you can see its power to celebrate connections, honor a life, and record the love you shared.
Recognizing the beauty in one’s life is important. Visit Top Funeral Home, to find ratings, proximity, and funeral home recommendations. It is our mission to help you find the perfect place to memorialize your loved one.