Practical suggestions for those struggling with what to say and do to support friends and loved ones grieving the death of their child.
The death of a child is a tragic loss, not just for the parents, but the entire family. Parents don’t expect to bury their child as it is out of the natural order of things. The loss of a child is a life altering experience. This volume provides specific suggestions and strategies on what to say, sample sympathy notes, concrete things you can do, and nonverbal communications so you can offer the vital support that the family needs. (11 pp.)