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Memories are a gift from God that death can not destroy
Compassionate, caring funeral services do not end immediately after the funeral. Everyone experiences death differently. The emotions associated with the death of a family member or close friend can be extremely painful and sometimes overwhelming.
At Taylor Funeral Home , we continue to help families through their bereavement even after the funeral. By maintaining strong relationships with local service organizations and agencies, we are able to refer people to counselors and support groups. We even offer free information on dealing with your grief.
Few people are prepared for a loved one's death. People often don't like to think about death. So when it happens, it is harder to face. However, there are healthy ways to work through grief. In time, your loss can become more bearable, allowing you to lead a fulfilling life once again. Grief is a natural part of life. People express grief in their own ways. And, they learn to cope at their own pace. It may not seem so at first, but you can get through this difficult time, and remember Jerry & Tara Taylor and the staff of Taylor Funeral Homes are only a phone call away.
Losing someone close changes your life. The pain may differ, depending on whether you lose:
Loss affects people in different ways. It is not unusual to experience:
Be sure to take care of yourself. Grief can overwhelm you at first, but try not to neglect your own needs.
Get help when you need it. You don't have to go through bereavement alone. Sources of support include:
Healing takes time. Here are some suggestions that may help:
Keep memories alive. Even after your loved one is gone, he or she can still be part of your life.
Life goes on, and yours can, too. Here are some suggestions that can help you heal--and grow: