Things You Shouldn’t Say to Someone Who is Grieving

March 27, 2015

Friends Talking
If are friend of yours lost someone he loves so dearly, there are probably no words that can help take a away the pain or make him feel better at least. Remember that each person deals with death and grief differently which is why it is important that you consider your words carefully before you talk to the person.
Here are some common reactions to death that you must avoid.

  1. “I know exactly how you feel because I have been in your shoe once.”
  2. “He or she is in a better place now. Remember that everything happens for a reason.”
  3. “It’s been a year since he/she died so maybe it’s time that you move on.”

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