For Everything There is a Season

Dec 8, 2020 | Articles & Information

December is filled with the smells and sounds of the holiday season, yet the holidays may be especially challenging as we struggle to adjust to and accept a new reality.

Helen Keller once said, “We bereaved are not alone.  We belong to the largest company in all the world — the company of those who have known suffering.”  Death and grief are part of the universal human experience and while your grief and loss are uniquely yours, there are others who can relate to your pain.

The ability to connect with others is essential in helping to process the feelings encountered during a loss.  Aside from friends and family, there are various secular and non-secular support groups available.  You can reach out to your church to inquire about bereavement groups, or non-denominational groups such as compassionatefriends.org. or you can do an internet search for grief and bereavement support groups in your area.

You do not need to grieve alone.  It helps to be surrounded by friends and family who can provide a listening ear or a helping hand.  While seeking out others may mean venturing out of your comfort zone and it may require a willingness to be vulnerable, being surrounded by others who have experienced a similar loss can help in our own healing and overcoming grief.

To everything there is a season.  If this is your season to mourn, we at Access Cremation remind you that there will be a season to heal and to smile once again.  May you find peace and acceptance in your heart and may the memories of your loved one bring a smile to your face once again.

Have questions about cremation services? Don’t hesitate to Contact us. We are always happy to help.
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