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Stepping Through the Awkwardness: How to Help Someone Who is Grieving the Death of a Loved One
Of course we feel awkward. It is painful to be with those who grieve. Their pain, whether it shows with tears, silence or anger, stirs our sense of helplessness. It’s awkward to not know what to do or say. We’re not sure what will be supportive to them. What will be invasive? We’re embarrassed about our uncertainty. Somehow we presume we ought to know what to do when someone we care about is grieving.
Author: Marilyn Gryte
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