There is no right or wrong way to grieve, however it is displayed, it must be respected. There are many factors that may be influence the way someone grieves, such as the relationship between the deceased and the person grieving, the age of the deceased, or the circumstances of the death.
Some of the feelings that are experienced include: anger, sadness, disbelief, anxiety and panic.
Some do not show their grief in public and can only express it privately. Others can express it openly, there is no wrong way to grieve.
Someone's religion or cultural may impact upon on their grief and how they deal with it.
Much of a person’s grieving is about expressing emotion and it should be remembered that anger from a grieving person should not be taken personally.
Choose a Funeral Director who you feel will meet your loved one’s wishes and reflect their personality and beliefs. They will organise the service or ceremony you desire, taking into account all of your requests.
Let your Funeral Director know if you would like the service in one of our chapels and whether cremation or burial best meets your needs. At Wollongong Memorial Gardens, all of our cremations take place right here on our grounds.
Choose how you would like to memorialise your loved one in our magnificent grounds. You can visit them in the weeks, months and years following, keeping their memory alive.