Saying Goodbye To A Beloved One

Losing a loved one can be a very traumatic experience irrespective of what the circumstances of the loss are. For some people, they may have had to deal with a long-term illness and may have had to expect this loss for many months and yet, no matter how much you prepare yourself for the passing of a parent or a loved one, when it finally does occur it can be a very difficult experience. You might even find yourself surprised at what you are feeling as you have prepared yourself for this event for months.

Last rites for your loved one

Although at the point of losing a loved one, you may be in a very difficult mental state, you will still need to stay strong for those first few days so that you can organize your loved ones last rites and funeral. The very sad part is that family is not allowed time to mourn immediately as they have so many things that they will need to sort out in those first few days after the passing of a loved one. Although traditionally people bury their loved ones and in certain cases they cremate their loved ones there are new methods available today to keep your loved one near you for the rest of your life. Modern technology allows us to turn ashes to diamond. This means that although it is slightly unconventional you will be able to turn your loved one’s ashes after cremation into a diamond that you can keep with you forever and even passed down in generation as a memory of someone who meant so much to you.

An ashes diamond Hong Kong can be turned into a pendant or a necklace that can be worn around your neck at all times to make sure that your loved one is with you during the good times and the bad times of life.

Sometimes the death of loved ones could lead to severe depression and mental stress. If you are feeling extremely down and depressed it is important that you seek counseling or therapy that will help you to deal with and cope with the death of your loved one a little better. Although the death of a loved one is something that can never be erased it can sometimes be made a little bit better if you speak to someone and learn the art of acceptance. Having a diamond made of your loved ones ashes can help you to cope easier and deal with the loss better.

Claire Arndell