- Funeral Eulogies: Getting Started
- Helpful Books About Eulogy Writing - How to Write a Eulogy
- Good Words: Memorializing Through a Eulogy
Funeral Eulogies: Getting Started
If you need to, take a break to let yourself work through your feelings. Now comes the most important part—delivering it. This is also the part that may weigh most heavily on your mind. Chances are you are not a polished public speaker, you are also working to manage your own grief over the loss of a loved one.
The death of a loved one is a stressful and emotional time. Dealing with the loss under normal circumstances is difficult enough.
However, adding the extra task of giving the eulogy is particularly challenging. Your audience will not be shocked if you get emotional. In fact, they will probably expect it. If you have a tough spot or two, just pause and take a do-over. All that matters is that you say what you need to say. Dealing with emotions is normal when giving a eulogy.
Helpful Books About Eulogy Writing - How to Write a Eulogy
Do not let it scare you from the job. When the guests see you dealing with the same grief that they are, they will feel connected to you and the eulogy. Sign up to receive the entire free series of Word to the Wise Guides. Meet the Wise Guys.
Good Words: Memorializing Through a Eulogy
How to get started. How to choose a eulogy theme.
- Love in Action: Experiencing the Joy of Serving (Interactions).
- Delivering a Eulogy | Good Words for Grieving!
- Good Words: Memorializing Through a Eulogy by Beth L. Hewett?
Her philosophy is that we deserve support in the sadness of death. She will listen to your story and walk the grief journey with you.
Delivering a eulogy for a funeral or memorial service can feel scary. Delivering a Eulogy Part 1. Delivering a Eulogy Part 2. Delivering a Eulogy Part 3. Beth is available to provide seminars and workshops regarding such topics as: Grief Publications Good Words: