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Saying Goodbye
Saying 'Goodbye' to a loved one is always a difficult experience. Whether it is a best friend moving for a new job, moving to a retirement home or relocating or a child leaving home, there is often a substantial amount of sadness.

Of course, there are other instances of separation which are painful too, but there is comfort in the fact you will see the person again at some point in the future. When someone dies however, it is far different.

Facing the reality that when someone passes away, the separation is permanent is difficult for many to comprehend. That is why, wherever possible, it is important to take the time to say 'Goodbye', before the individual dies. However, in reality we do not always get the chance to do so, and when we do, it is often not enough.

It may well be that we need numerous occasions to bid 'Farewell', before we feel like we have truly said 'Goodbye', or fully let the person 'go'.

Practises involving visiting the deceased in a Place or Chapel of Rest differ amongst cultures and religions but often the grieving process can be eased by such a visit.

While such visits are a personal choice and an option, accepting the facts regarding the deceased can often be more readily helped at this juncture, if not now, certainly later in the healing process. In some circumstances, the practice may not be advisable but your funeral director can help advise and guide you accordingly.

  At Exmouth & District Funeral Services, we realise that this is an unusual and difficult time for you. As such, your contact with us is a personal and professional priority. Our primary goal is to be available to you and perform the professional and caring service needed, in order to reduce the burden to you and your family.  
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