A Comforting Word: How to Encourage a Grieving Friend
College Press Publishing Company, Incorporated, Feb 1, 1995 - Social Science - 150 pages
"What do I say to a suffering friend?" "I feel like I should say something but what?" "I have never had that experience before so how can I help them"? Have you ever found yourself finding excuses that will justify your lack of encouragement to someone immersed in grief? This book will help you understand that encouraging a grieving friend may not be as difficult as we make it out to be.
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