When You Don't Know What to Say
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Your friend has been devastated by the loss of a loved one. Do you care enough to rub shoulders with that grief? Do you care enough to be inconvenienced? Do you care enough to put aside cliche condolences and stick close through a long grieving process? You can never 7;fix7; an individual7;s grief. But you can wash a sink full of dishes. You can listen. You can take the kids to the park. You can go along on a cemetery visit. Sharing another7;s grief is not about 7;fixing it7;-it7;s about showing up. Harold Ivan Smith, popular speaker and grief educator, guides you in responding with your heart. He shows you tangible, meaningful ways to make a significant difference as you journey through grief with someone you care about.
Harold Ivan Smith a grief specialist on the teaching faculties of Saint Luke's Hospital, Kansas City, Missouri, and the Carondolet Medical Institute in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. He is recognized as a Fellow in Thanatology by the Association for Death Education and Counseling and has also received the Distinguished Service Award from ADEC. ý Smith has earned a doctorate from Asbury Theological Seminary and the EdS. from Vanderbilt. He has facilitated Grief Gatherings, storytelling groups for grievers, at Saint Luke's Hospital for 16 years.ý