August 4, 2006, Newsletter Issue #122: Don´t Be Afraid to Speak of the loved one who dies.

Tip of the Week

Use the child’s (spouse, loved ones) name when you speak of them. After you lose a baby, or a loved one, it is devastating. What is even more devastating though, is when people act as if things are not different. If you knew the child or loved one, speak of some enduring qualities they had. This helps the family because it shows them loved one wasn’t only real to them, but real to others as well. Often, we need to speak of the death, to make the memory live on brighter.

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