Every day we are faced with news about someone who did something awful to another person, place or thing. Sometimes these bad things happen and it isn’t in the public eye, yet affects us as their loved one, nonetheless. It is a sad reality and sometimes we forget that everyone, regardless of their past, has a family, friends and even co-workers. They have had people in their lives they have interacted with for the both the positive and negative, as we all have.
Time and again we see victim’s families offer forgiveness and grace to those who have had a negative impact on their family. At the end of the day, we all face the choice to forgive and love, or not. We all live this life with its many twists and turns. With choices and consequences, we are born into classes, cultures and perceptions, so of which serve us well and others that take us down paths that are unhealthy and even dangerous.
Unconditional Love and Honoring Your Loved One
Sometimes when we lay a loved one to rest, we may experience some level of shame over the way they lived and/or our role in that. When it is time for a funeral or other end of life services, we may struggle with what to say, how to honor them, even who to invite. And this can be hard and create additional stress during an already difficult time.
We know this situation is unique to you and your family and we want you to know that no matter how you or your loved has defined themselves in their life, we are here to honor them, not judge. Honoring your loved one means we will celebrate the positives and respect their life with unconditional love. Fairmount Funeral Home and Cemetery is a safe place for you and your family to plan, grieve and honor your loved one regardless of their chosen identity labels. This includes:
Fairmount Funeral Home has been serving grieving families for over 75 years in the Denver area. Honoring your loved one is our specialty. Our family care providers are here to help you will every step of the pre-planning, arrangements and after care for you or your family members during this season of life. If we can be of any assistance, please call us at 303-399-0692.