Handling a death whether you were expecting it or not is one of the toughest things you can endure in your entire life especially if you were close to that person, depending on the way you handle it you should always make sure that you are doing it the right way because it could either make or break you as a human being. It is the perfect opportunity for you to grow as human being and gain some much needed life experiences from it, people always tell you to move on from it or get over it but the fact it is dam near impossible to do so, the only way to truly cope is when you actually come to terms with the fact that you are never going to see that person again and you have to live your life without them only then can you cope with the death of a loved one and carry one living your life. Never run away from the fact that your loved has died and always face it head on without fear so that you can cope with it sooner rather than it hurting you for the rest of your life.
Of all the funeral services in Melbourne you have attended this will probably be the toughest one you will endure. No matter how many times you will attend funerals in your life time you can never really get use to it. There are no guidelines or handbooks that can truly tell you how to handle a death the only way one could properly handle a death is if they find out for themselves. When someone dies never be afraid to speak about them, good or bad, never lose that memory for them and don’t always put them in the highest regards, be real about who they were because you want to remember that person as whole only then you can even be close to them is reminding yourself of who they were as a person. Never be afraid to talk about them and when people talk bad about them and it isn’t true then always speak up and defend them, people always say the dead can’t defend themselves so you should do it for them.
Whether you have attended many funeral services or not it will never be something that you want to go back to but always remember that the funeral is where you get to celebrate their life and all that they have done for you.
Death does not have to be that final after all.