Good article on helping someone through grief.
So many times, we say the wrong things or do the wrong things, but this article discusses the proper ways to help the grieving
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The article, “This Is How To Actually Help A Friend Who Is Grieving” by Allison Fox states
“Witnessing a loved one’s suffering often feels intolerable. That’s why it’s common to want to rush in and help when someone close to you is grieving.
But many of us aren’t sure exactly what that entails. What do you say? What don’t you say? Do you just say nothing at all?
Unless you’re directly in a grieving person’s shoes it can be difficult to know how it feels and possibly how to handle it. Everyone experiences grief differently. Luckily, there are ways you can support someone who might be suffering.
We chatted with a few grief experts on the best ways to comfort and help a friend who has lost someone or something dear to them. Below are some important tips to keep in mind.”
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