Explaining the myths that are associated with the funeral planning process.

Funeral planning myths busted
Funeral planning often has a morbid connotation to it, and can be an overwhelming process to some people. There are many do’s and don'ts when it comes to funeral planning, and it is important to be aware of them before you start the process. Funeral planning doesn’t have to be complicated, and in fact, can be simple and even therapeutic as it is a time to express your final wishes and give your family peace of mind. Here we have collected some myth busters regarding funeral planning that should help guide you through the process.

Myth #1: Funeral planning is complicated - Depending on how in-depth you want to go, funeral planning can be a pretty simplified process. You can be as detail-oriented as you want to be, or as minimalistic as you would like. With our free planning guide, we walk you through the process and give you a guideline on what needs to be accomplished.

Myth #2: Funeral planning is a morbid task - People often associate planning a funeral as a daunting task that is depressing, considering you’re planning the end of your life. However, many people strive to plan more of a celebration rather than a funeral, and to make the goal of their final goodbye to be a positive experience, rather than a sad ceremony.

Myth #3: Funeral planning is time consuming - People may assume that funeral planning needs to be extensive, but that is not necessarily the case. Simply writing down the details that you want your funeral to consist of does not need to take hours upon hours to complete. Our funeral planning guide is simple, easy and allows you to plan your funeral on your own time, in your own way.

Myth #4: Funeral planning is for the elderly - This is not necessarily the case. Considering we never know when our time will come, it is smart to plan now rather than leaving it up to your loved ones. Planning your funeral at any age is a smart idea, not just for your sake but for the sake of your family and to give them peace of mind.

Posted: March 30, 2018
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