You’ve Been Asked to Deliver a Eulogy! Should You?
You’ve lost a loved one. You are as sad as you’ve ever been. Now you’ve been asked to give a eulogy at your father’s funeral. A memorial speech for one of the best men you’ve ever known? It’s an honor to be asked, of course, but should you? Could you? Could you write concisely enough to capture 74 years of life and put it into a seven minute speech? Impossible! And the emotion of it all. Even if you could write a funeral speech, would you be able to deliver it without falling apart? And the timing – it couldn’t be worse. You’ll have to take time off of work, of course, but your brother and sisters and their families are coming in from out of town – as is your aunt and uncle. With all the shuttling and feeding and preparations and visiting will there be enough time? What if you say “yes, I’ll write a eulogy” only to find out that the pressure is too much and you can’t? How embarrassing…
The Issues to Consider When Deciding Whether to Write a Eulogy for Your Loved One.
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Steve Schafer is the founder of TheEulogyWriters and is probably the most prolific eulogy writer (and best) anywhere. He lives in Michigan and has been writing eulogies for well over thirty years. The articles in this blog are designed to help people through the process of losing loved ones.