What NOT to say to People Who are Grieving
At some point in our lives we all feel grief of some sort. While we are doing so there are multitudes of people who try to help us. Some are helpful, and some do not mean to be less helpful but can say or do the wrong things. We have seen both amazing and something short of amazing and will share both with you! Join us as we suggest what could and probably should be avoided when talking to the grieving and some good choices to explore to make the grieving process a little easier. At first there was a need. Pamela Pearson's daughter, Haley, was a vibrant and alive teacher, singer, friend, coach, wife, daughter, niece, cousin, and was working towards changing the world. Her involvement with acting, singing, and a variety of activities in the community made her a beloved leader for change and friend to all. A tragic accident took her away and over the course of the next few months a pattern arose defining a need for Pam and Andrew to write this book and attempt to define a situation everyone dreads: the agony of grief and how to help those dealing with it.
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