Ways To Celebrate The Birthday Of A Loved One Who Has Passed

By: Ian Elliott
Wednesday, August 28, 2019

If you have lost a family member or a close friend, very difficult for you to deal with the grief. Sometimes, it can take a very long time for you to come to terms with your loss. The sorrow can become overwhelming, especially on days that were special to you when your loved one was alive.

For example, if it is your loved one's birthday, you may want to memorialize them in a special way. It can be challenging to celebrate the birthday of the person one who has passed away.

Some Ideas

Here are a few different ways in which you can celebrate the birthday of a loved one who has passed away:

  • The sorrow can indeed be very difficult to deal with. However, it is always better to spend the day with other people that cared about your loved one as well. You can spend time together and share memories of the person.
  • When it comes to remembering a loved one and paying homage to them, there are no set rules that you need to follow. You can do anything that brings some solace and satisfaction. For example, you can have a small birthday celebration and bake a cake if you like. These little things can help you forget your grief.
  • If you feel that you need to spend the day alone, visit the grave of your loved one, or any place that meant something special to him or her.
  • The idea of doing all these things is to ensure that you think of all the good times spent with your loved one. It helps you avoid pondering over the grief and great sorrow you are feeling.

If you have any questions about cremation, or related funeral services, contact us online or give us a call (604) 888-9895. We at Arbutus Funeral Service will be happy to help.

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