It is awful when someone you love goes through the unbearable pain of bereavement. As you are discovering, you feel distraught and completely unable to help. You can’t take away the grief, but there are many things you can do to make everyday life more bearable for them. And no-one knows better what those things might be than people who have been bereaved themselves…
This ebook explains how it feels, and also passes on the advice of many other people who have been bereaved.
These people know exactly what helped them most (and what was well-meant but not helpful) at the time, and in the months, weeks and years afterwards.
There’s no need to feel so helpless in the face of grief. This book is full of little ways – as well as big ways – you can help someone you care about cope that little bit better. You really CAN make a difference; why not let this inspiring, creative and practical book show you how?
“If There’s Anything I Can Do – The Practical, Inspiring ways to help someone who has been Bereaved…”
The grief of a friend can be a terrible thing to witness. There is nothing you can do to stem the tide, and yet, you really do want to help. And you can help. You can ease the pain. You can never bring back the person who has died, which is all your friend really wants. But there are dozens of things you can do to lighten the load he or she has to carry. And you can keep on doing it, without getting in the way, not just for a few weeks but for months and even years if you wish.
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