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I’ve struggled to put this post together – how to help someone who has lost…Honestly, how DO you help?? But I have had so many people come to me with stories of family, friends, neighbors, etc who have lost. Their question is always the same, “What should I do?” It’s a very valid question, one that needs to be addressed. People want to help, but they don’t know how. So really, what can you do for someone who has lost a baby/child/spouse/parent/grandparent/etc?
To me, it seems fairly obvious what to do, but maybe that’s because I’ve lost. Since I recently lost a child, I can look back with clarity and recognize some of the earthly angels that came at the right time with the right things. There’s nothing magical you can do, but knowing what is best for you and the person you’re trying to help is critical. These are the things that I recommend – but I’m no expert. Again, this is just what Iliked.
One of my friends, who occasionally reads my blog, has said to me several times, “Kaylynn, you need to be more REAL in your posts.” I always nodded and agreed, more of a, “Yeah, I know, but I’d just rather share recipes than open up,” kind of feeling.
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