Its can be awkward to know what to say when someone you know is grieving. And there is a lot of grieving going on now.
Its true what the author of the attached article says “You can suffer an enormous loss and hear almost nothing from people you thought you were close to, while near-strangers come out of the woodwork and send you the most life-giving messages.”
You could be one of those near-strangers. When my husband Richard passed, the kind words of others meant so much. Thank you for taking the time to make a difference.
Read more in this short article from the New York Times.
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