Different Ways To Keep The Memory Of Your Loved One Alive

Having to say goodbye to a parent, a spouse or a child can be one of the most difficult experiences that you have ever had to undergo. While a death that has been expected for a significant amount of time such as a death due to long-term illness, can be a little bit easier to handle due to the fact that you have been expecting it, a sudden death can be extremely traumatizing. Even in the case of a death that has occurred due toa long-term illness and therefore has been expected for a while, you will find that when the death finally occurs you are taken by shock and the experience can be extremely painful still. Losing a loved one is never easy but there are a few things that you can do to make the experience slightly less painful.

Memorializing your loved one

Although you will never be able to meet with your loved one physically again, there are many ways that you can keep the memory of your loved one alive and with you constantly to provide you with comfort during some of the most difficult times of your life. If you have decided to cremate your loved one instead of giving them a traditional burial, new technology allows you to turn ashes to diamonds letting you create a diamond out of your loved one’s ashes that you can keep with you at all times to provide you with the comfort of knowing that your loved one is forever with you and close by.

In fact ashes diamond jewellery is also becoming popular today where the loved ones of the deceased create a necklace, a pendant or even a ring out of the diamond made from the ashes of their loved one. You will be able to wear this necklace at all times giving you comfort and security knowing that your loved one is with you, protecting you and helping you make some of the toughest decisions that life will throw at you.

A necklace or a pendant made from a diamond made of ashes is something that you will be able to pass on to your children and their children after them. This means that your beloved parent or loved one will be present with your family physically for generations ahead of you and this can be a comforting thought that can help you to deal with all of the emotions that you are currently feeling and the next few years of your life.