Imorial Tells Life Stories That Last Forever
Grief is a natural reaction to loss of life. Here, at Imorial.com, memorials are created by one or more loved ones as a way of recounting a deceased individual's life story. Imorial helps persons who are grieving by allowing them to create an everlasting online memorial. Visitors can choose to post tributes or condolences to the site or can visit regularly to see new tributes. Condolences and tributes can be posted in the written word or through images, slide shows or even through digital clips.
As grief is such a personal thing, many close friends and family members are not sure how to proceed. At Imorial.com, the grieving person can:
- Create or contribute to the online memorial
- Can create and post a eulogy
- Can learn how to write and post an obituary or death notice
- Can receive advice about the grieving process
- Can select and post music for the memorial
- Can select and post personalised funeral poems
Every memorial serves a purpose. Because our world is so connected, sometimes grieving friends and family members are unable to make the funeral services or they may not hear of the passing for months. Imorial presents the opportunity to share a treasured memory with friends of the family and with the family itself. One attribute of these memorials is that the site's creator can see how many visitors have viewed the site. This number can be gratifyingly surprising.
Remarkably, Imorial.com is a story of life told through those who grieve. The memorial tributes tell a very poignant story of how the deceased individual embraced life. There are often tributes with stories, film clips or photos that family members never heard or saw. With every new tribute, another chapter of the departed one's life unfolds.
Best of all, the free memorial is available at the same location all day, every day. If friends want to express their tribute, they can post the tribute and follow the memorial wherever their travels take them.
Another aspect of the Imorial site is that bereaved survivors can communicate with other persons through group discussions. This network of supporters is anxious to discuss the effects of loss and the grieving process. This network can provide great comfort to those struggling with grief. Many members have cited this group program as being very beneficial in the healing process.
There are many site designs from which the creator can select. There are also many choices for tributes. The family can choose a tribute page where visitors can choose a lighted candle, memorial flowers, stones or a heart to be posted as a show of affection.
Another page allows for condolence messages. Every memorial has its own unique web address. Imorial has announced that soon a family tree option will be available. With this choice, visitors can trace their roots for generations to come.
Our appeal has spread rapidly. The site now features 6,805 memorials with 40,556 tributes and 16,883 members. Creating the online memorials is therapeutic for many members. The creator can choose from several options and is prompted smoothly through the design process.
What most people like about this service is that it is a 21st century aid to treat grief while leaving a memorial that will survive forever. Imorial has now decided to add pet memorials to the timeless site.
Every living being has a story. Some of those stories are far reaching. At Imorial.com, we stand ready to bring all the pieces of the story together in one unforgettable location.
- Imorial Helps the Bereaved by Providing Free Online Memorials of Loved Ones
- Memory of Lost Loved Ones
- Create a Free Online Memorial
- Building Memories with imorial
- imorial: Where Life is Celebrated
- Healing From Grief
- Online Memorial Helps with Grief
- How to Write a Memorial Poem
- Memorial Poem by Emily Dickinson
- Memorial Poem by Judith Pordon
- Memorial Poem by Robert-Frost
- How to Write a Eulogy
- How to Write an Orbituary
- Why Choose Imorial?
- Writing a Tribute
- Writing a Special Obituary
- How to Create an Online Memorial
- Coping With Grief
- Crafting an Online Memorial
- Create an Everlasting Online Memorial
- Selecting Music for a Funeral
- Selecting Flowers for a Funeral
- Selecting a Funeral Poem
- How to Choose Funeral Readings
- Imorial now links online memorials to physical locations with QR codes
- How to Choose a Funeral Home
- Funeral Programs: The Memorial Service Bulletin
- Understanding the Cremation Process
- Choosing a Casket
- Choosing a Grave Marker
- Obituaries and Death Notices
- Funeral Checklist