My Friend Is Struggling With Grief and I Want to Help
Most of us don’t deal with grief very often. Subsequently, when a friend comes face to face with pain, we don’t know what to say or do. In My Friend is Struggling with Grief, and I Want to Help, author Gerald H. Pilj provides insight into the grieving process, offers lessons, and presents ideas on how to help another person handle their distress. Based on his personal experiences of the death of his youngest son at age three, Pilj explores a variety of topics related to grieving, including: My friend’s grief is my grief, too. Cry as often as necessary; don’t bottle it up. It helps to have someone to cry with. Gift giving may be important. Faith plays a role in grief. Don’t forget to live life. Filled with valuable and heartfelt information, My Friend is Struggling with Grief, and I Want to Help, offers a sensitive approach to understanding grief and living through it.
- Publication Date
- Mar 6, 2015
- Personal Growth
- All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
- By (author): Gerald H. Pilj