Two Things to Remember in Supporting a Grieving Loved One

September 25, 2014
It is important to be there for a friend or a loved one when she is at her lowest time. If she is mourning for a loss — whether it’s of a loved one, a job, or anything — consider taking the following advice:
  • Take initiatives — you don’t have to wait for the person to ask to do him a favor. Just make sure that you wouldn’t be stepping your boundaries. Help him with some errands, household chores and other responsibilities.
  • Keep it positive — the last thing that the person needs right now is a downer. While you can’t ultimately throw jolly remarks at her, try to keep the mood up by inviting her to dinner to talk or simply dropping some positive comments about the deceased.
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