Death in the Family

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Death will always be a difficult subject to discuss.

What do you say to a loved one who lost his grandfather?

I am drawing a blank here.

“I’m sorry” is never enough to ease the pain he is feeling right now.

All I can offer is the warmth of my arms, hoping I can assure him that I’m always here in this dark time.

How do you comfort a grieving spouse?

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3 Responses to Death in the Family

  1. Olga says:

    A warm embrace is more than enough. Death of a loved one is extremely painful and no words could ever ease the pain. But a warm embrace gives comfort and strength to move on.

  2. Mommy Jes says:

    :( I saw my mom grieving when my dad died …i was only 9 then and nde ko p alam ang nararamdaman nya…nung lumaki n ko at nagka asawa…I always have this fear and from then on..parang naging phobia ko n sya :(

    • Gene says:

      I used to have dreams about hubby hinting that he’s leaving me, leaving this world. Telling me to take care of myself and move on and I would wake up crying. I don’t want to experience that in real life. :(

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