Carmen was born in Sylmar, CA, but raised in Pacoima, CA. She was the eldest of two daughters. Carmen was an outgoing, funny, cheerful person, with a prosperous future. Growing up, she enjoyed spending quality time with her family. Since the day she was born, Jessica, Carmen’s sister has been her best friend- they were inseparable.
Growing up Carmen had a life filled with love and happiness. She was free spirited and at times a bit stubborn. She enjoyed exploring the outdoors, playing sports, but extremely importantly- cheerleading; it was her passion! Every Sunday morning her family and she would enjoy a nice breakfast before heading out for some family fun. Carmen lived a quiet, simple ...view middle of the document...
In this eulogy, the writer’s tone seems to be positive, but at the same time unhappy. The writer begins by talking about a young lady who has unexpectedly lost her life. The creation of a eulogy is the final chance for the writer to show what an impact a person has had in the lives of others. The writer begins her eulogy by providing readers with information about the deceased.
Throughout this eulogy, the writer provides listeners with in depth information on Carmen, the deceased. The writer begins by describing the kind of life the young lady had. The writer states, “Growing up Carmen had a life filled with love and happiness.” By remembering the deceased, Carmen, in a happy way it allows loved ones to remember her in a positive way.
What kind of grief can be expected? From the stance of the writer it appears as if the family’s grief was unexpected. One can conclude it is unexpected because the writer states, “Carmen died suddenly and unexpectedly, she will be greatly missed by everyone who knew and loved her.” It seems that the deceased was in good health conditions, but for whatever reason, she was called up to heaven.
How does the writer mourn the loss of their loved one? It appears the writer uses the “attachment to continuing bonds theory.” The idea of the attachment to continuing bonds theory is that all connection to the deceased has been lost, in thus, allowing a person to create new ones. By embracing the happiest memories they have shared it allows the writer to mourn the loss of her loved one.
For a long time, it was thought that those who idolized the deceased were obsessed. Now, it is no longer considered obsessive if someone keeps a connection with the deceased. Those who provide counseling have approached the bereaved person’s connection to the individual who was someway present as well as absent. Those who support the theory have stated that the bereaved does not become imprisoned in time.
Losing a loved one is extremely difficult....