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4 Tips for Consoling Someone Who Has Lost a Child

Very few things are as painful or devastating as the loss of a child. There is no love like the love you feel for your child, so to lose that child is nothing short of a tragedy. Then what do you do for someone who has experienced such a loss? It seems like nothing you say or do is substantial enough to help. The parents don't expect you to undo their loss, they know you can't. But they do need you to be there for them and to support them in their time of sorrow. Here are 4 ways you can help console someone who is grieving the loss of a child.


1. Just Take Care of It 
Don't wait for the parents to ask you for a favor, it likely won't happen. Take note of where they could use some help and just take care of it. Tell them you're coming over tomorrow to clean the house. Pick up some essentials at the grocery store and re-stock their fridge. Bring over a meal on your way home from work one night. These gestures show that you're thinking of the parents during this difficult time and that you're here for them.

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