Many people who have gone through the process of grief considers it a lonely experience. As a matter of fact, in a 2013 survey by Slate magazine, 93% of the 8,000 participants shared that they felt that “interacting with others is generally awkward at best, and painful and isolating at worst”.
If you have a bereaved loved one, here are a few reminders to avoid pushing him through quick recovery:
- It’s not up to you to heal the grief
- Forget what you think you know
- It’s never too late to write a condolence note
- Anniversary notes are deeply appreciated
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