For over 100 years, Graham Family Funerals has been operating as a Tasmanian family owned business in Hobart, Tasmania. Our Funeral Directors are committed to providing families with the highest standard of service. At Graham Family Funerals, we believe that a funeral is a celebration of one's life.
Our mission is to provide excellence in service that is appropriate to our client's individual wishes, concerns and beliefs. We exist for our client, so it is by our client that our service will be judged.
Graham Family Funerals is a locally owned and operated family business conducting funerals throughout Tasmania. Our compassion and professionalism mean that you are always assured of our genuine understanding and a warm smile. Our service is designed to ensure you don’t have to worry about a thing.
We have been operating in the community since 1896. While we pride ourselves on our history, we are also modern and progressive. We have the latest facilities and professionally trained staff. Our funeral services are available to our families 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and include a free bereavement follow up service and counselling referrals and an in-house Justice of the Peace for your convenience.
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💕Going through something incredibly difficult can change everything. You might feel you’ve lost yourself, or something else in the process. But, you can make it... you might be changed. And you will have learnt a lot about what’s important in the process. #mentalhealth #mentalillness #eatingdisorder #eatingdisorderrecovery #eatingdisordertreatment #anorexia #bulimia #bingeeatingdisorder #depression #bipolar #anxiety #panic #trauma #ptsd #complexptsd #borderlinepersonalitydisorder #substanceabuse #psychosis #schizophrenia #suicide #griefandloss ... See MoreSee Less
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Another accurate & beautiful share from grief & grits 💕When I was a little girl of 10, not a day would go by that I didn't think of my dad after he died. After all, he was my hero. One day he was here. One day he was, gone.
But as I grew, in order to survive, I had to NOT think about him every moment of every day. In fact, rather large blocks of time would spin by, where he would not cross my mind.
I'm pretty sure if I had been unable to do this, I might not have been able to grow up. I had to find moments of bravery in order to move forward and grow into an adult.
One day, you will wake up and realize you spent a minute, an hour, or day, not thinking about your person who died.
This can be so jarring for your heart. And you might find yourself wondering, did I not love her enough? How can I laugh and feel joy when he no longer can?
But that is grief. You will stumble upon that moment when you realize you forgot to remember. And you might feel guilty.
When your heart forgets to remember, this is how your heart is beginning to find healing.
And this is exactly where the memories can still sneak in...
right through the cracks that remain in your healing heart. ... See MoreSee Less
Oh my, I'm honored. Thank you for sharing. 💕
June 21, 2019 7:44 am local time