Grieving is the deeply personal process of bidding farewell and the individual pain following a loss. However, mourning also carries societal dimensions. The departed was a part of a community of friends, family, neighbors, and colleagues.
The Funeral Etiquette workshop does not aim to reintroduce rigid rules but rather to present options along with their advantages and disadvantages. Historical references help in understanding the significance of certain customs or rituals. It emphasizes healthy ways to grieve—be it for people, situations, or things we’ve had to say goodbye to. How do we keep them in our hearts without being overwhelmed by pain? How can we leave this dark place?
In this workshop, we illustrate and share how this can be achieved.