The Wrong and Right Words During Grief

Helping the Grieving Person

When opening counseling with a grieving person, it is important to know what is best to say. Please also review our grief counseling certification
When opening counseling with a grieving person, it is important to know what is best to say. Please also review our grief counseling certification

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A grieiving person needs emotional support.  The wrong words can be detrimental and counter productive to the person.  Below is a story about what to say and not say.

Gloria Horsley of the Huffington Post  lists many things to say and not say to a grieving person in her article, “What to Say (and Not to Say) to a Grieving Person”

“I was scheduled to be a guest on an early morning radio broadcast from Bakersfield, California. I am a family therapist, bereaved parent and president of Open To Hope, the world’s largest internet site with a mission of helping people find hope after loss.”

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