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Top Excuses People Use to Postpone Pre-Planning

Published: June 7, 2021

Most people will agree that it makes sense to do everything they can, within reason, for their loved ones. That’s one of the reasons why parents work hard to provide their little ones with everything they need – and some of the things they want. But there’s something about pre-planning a funeral service or a cremation service that gives some people cold feet. The thing is that a funeral home in Tacoma, WA will offer all the help you require, so the pre-planning process won’t be difficult. What follows are the top excuses people make to delay pre-planning.

“There’s Plenty of Time Left” 

Many people hold off on pre-planning their final service because they believe that there’s no reason to rush – that there’s plenty of time left. No one wants to imagine that they have might not have as much time as they believe they have. But the reality is that no one can be certain as to how much time they have. So if you haven’t yet pre-planned your final service but recognize that doing so is important, there’s no better time to get started than now. When you contact a funeral home, you’ll get the help you need. The funeral director will explain the process, answer any questions you may have, and help you make the right decisions for you and yours.

“I Planned My Parents’ Funerals. My Kids Will Plan Mine” 

This rationale is understandable to some extent. Many families have had to come together to plan final services for deceased loved ones. You might imagine that this is difficult for the grieving family. But it’s something they may have to do under the circumstances. Imagine, however, how much easier it will be on your family if you pre-plan. You can contact a funeral home and arrange your own final send-off. This will spare your family from having to shoulder responsibility for planning your final service.

“The Pre-Planning Process Will be Depressing” 

While you might not fancy sitting around to discuss your death plans with a funeral director, you might be surprised at how much better you’ll feel after you pre-plan. You will know that you’ve done everything you can to look out for your family even unto the very end. You’ll also find that the pre-planning process won’t be a drawn-out affair. By the time it’s completed, you’ll feel encouraged rather than depressed. You’ll feel as though a load has been lifted off your shoulders.

When you’re ready to pre-plan your final service, you’ll need help from a funeral home in Tacoma, WA. We’re the sort of death care services provider that will help you pre-plan a funeral or a cremation for you or to arrange a final service for a loved one. We’re committed to providing quality and compassionate service to the families in the communities we cover. As part of our commitment, we are available to answer your questions 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. So don’t hesitate to reach out for the help you need.

 
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