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How Can I Help: Reaching Out to Someone Who…

How Can I Help: Reaching Out to Someone Who Is Grieving

by June Cerza Kolf

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0801052769, Paperback)

How do you help someone who is grieving? When do you call? How can you help with practical matters? What kind of emotions can you expect to encounter? Here's a helping hand with these difficult issues.

Listen to real-life stories that are easy to relate to, and benefit from concrete ideas to help others in each stage of grief.

You just found out ... Responding to the news -- what to say and do, and what not to

One week after ... Listening and offering unconditional support

First six months ... Helping with practical matters -- belongings, finances, change in residence

One-year anniversary ... Remembering their loved one

Being a support for someone who is grieving can be draining. June also helps you to remember to take care of yourself so you can keep on giving.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:09:20 -0400)

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