7 Things To Say To A Friend In Grief

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What we have to realize is that the people we love — after experiencing some major bout of loss — are different now. They aren’t the same. And they never will be. This experience is going to change them forever. And that’s okay.

If we want to be in their lives, then it is our job as the friends, family, and even acquaintances of people in deep grief to step up and be present for them. To love them…

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Thinking deeply about how to make myself and the world a little better. & writing about creators mostly | email: kate@onedayent.com

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Thinking deeply about how to make myself and the world a little better. & writing about creators mostly | email: kate@onedayent.com

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