Cremation Services For A Grandparent

By: Kraft-Sussman Funeral & Cremation Services
Monday, December 16, 2019

Losing a grandparent is never easy. It’s often children’s first experience with death and it can be very hard on those closest to the individual who passed on. Here are a few tips to deal with this loss and the cremation services in Las Vegas, NV that may follow the death. 

 

Tip 1: Recognize The Uniqueness 

Grief is very unique. What you go through as a grandchild could be very difficult, but you have to understand that other people knew your grandparent in a different way. To your parents, they were parents themselves. To your kids, they were great grandparents. To their siblings, they were a sister or brother and so on. Everyone had a unique relationship with them. Plus, grief never works the same way in two people, even if they seem to be similar in personality. It’s best to recognize that everyone had a different relationship and that everyone is going to grieve in their own way so you are prepared. 

 

Tip 2: Seek Relationships 

There’s nothing anyone can do to bring your grandparent back or to replace the spot they held in your life. Some people feel like they have lost a parent when they are close to their grandparents. Others have lost a close friend or family member. When you feel like you have a hole in your life, don’t try to replace it with another relationship, but do seek out other people who can help you through the experience. Getting closer to someone else in your family can help you feel the support you need to get through it. 

 

Tip 3: Discard Regret 

It’s common to feel guilt or regret when a grandparent passes on. Perhaps they lived far away and you feel bad that you didn’t visit them more often. Maybe you didn’t call every week like you should have or you didn’t listen to their stories closely enough. This is a regret that is very common, and you have to do your best to get past it. There’s nothing you can do to change things now. The best you can do is honor their memory, talk about them, look at pictures, and remember the good times you had with them. 

 

When you lose a grandparent, or anyone else who was special in your life, contact the professionals at Kraft-Sussman Funeral & Cremation Services for cremation services in Las Vegas, NV. You can call us at (702) 485-6500 and we can help you get things lined up for your loved one’s services. If you don’t know what you want yet, that’s okay. We’re here to offer suggestions and ideas once we get to know you better so you can choose just what you want for the person you need to honor. Visit with our funeral director in person and we will get to know you, and your loved one through you, to give you customized ideas. We’re located at 3975 S Durango Dr Ste 104 Las Vegas, NV 89147 and we’re here to help with any final service need. 

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