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Coping with grief and adjusting to the loss of a loved one can be traumatic.
Denial and shock are natural reactions. Understanding the grieving process won't make it any easier, but it may make a long term difference to how you cope. The job of the Funeral Director is to make the arranging of the funeral as easy and stress free as possible. Making decisions at such a time can be very difficult.
Sometimes, family or friends cannot provide the level of help needed. CG Moody staff can assist with getting the support you need. Everyone reacts differently to death and as a consequence, there are many organisations in the community who provide support at different levels.
A few are listed below.
Australian Centre for Grief and Bereavement: www.grief.org.au
Centrelink Social Workers: www.centrelink.gov.au
Better Health Channel: www.betterhealth.vic.gov.a
National Association of Loss & Grief Victoria: www.nalagvic.org.a
Loss and Grief Counselling - WorkSafe Victoria: www.worksafe.vic.gov.au
People are more commonly choosing to view a funeral as the celebration of a life. C.G. Moody and Daughter encourage the various personal requests of the family.
These sometimes include cultural or religious rituals. Catholic, Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Buddhist - all can be catered for.
Or the service may become more personal in nature. Adding personal touches can be as simple as placing personal items inside or on top of the coffin or playing the deceased's favourite music. This will add to the atmosphere and make for a distinctive occasion.
Most personal requests can be accommodated by speaking to our staff.
Family and friends can be involved - to read a poem, religious passage or deliver a eulogy. You may want to make a more elaborate arrangement, giving a special place to organisations which the deceased has belonged to.
CG Moody can arrange with the minister or celebrant to meet with you to plan the service fully.
Writing and delivering a eulogy combines two fears that many people have - the death of someone close and speaking in public. If the thought of writing and delivering a eulogy sends you into a blind panic, take heart, there are ways to make the experience both memorable for the bereaved and less stressful for you.
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