I Don’t Know What To Say

A book everyone should own!

When someone says “I don’t know what to say” or “I don’t want to say anything that would make that person feel bad,” that feels like rejection to the person going through the grief of loss.

Rather, being more attentive to the feelings and needs of those left behind to deal with the loss is the greatest gift of love you can give them.

Don’t be the one who says “I don’t know what to say”.

This book offers practical suggestions on what to say and how to ease the pain.

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