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As we process through grief, we learn to cope – to handle and deal with the stresses, depression, emptiness and pain that comes from loss. While there is no structure, timetable or correct method for the coping with grieving process, the personality and circumstances of the individual will move them toward certain methods or mechanisms of coping.
When a death occurs a variety of things impact the traditions, customs and practices observed that relate to the funeral, burial, memorial service, grieving process and honoring the departed. One of the strongest influences for the rituals of the funeral and the process of healing from grief is the religious background of the individual and respective level of observance.
Practices of culture often affect the traditions and rituals that are involved in honoring the deceased. Culture may incorporate a spiritual element into the expressions of mourning and grief, but is not tied to a specific religion. Each culture has its own traditions and mores for grief and mourning.