What You Can Do When a Friend Deals with Illness or Death

We have all had those moments when a friend is dealt a blow, whether it is illness a death in the family, or another serious event. You feel helpless because you do not want to intrude, but you want to help in some way. It’s always a good idea to ask how you can help, but most of the time people feel uncomfortable asking for anything. Here are a few ideas that might help.

Food is love and when someone is struggling, providing a meal is almost always appreciated. Check for allergies and preferences. You can arrange for friends to come together and create a meal train…

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My specialties are education, running, parenting, and self-help. My book 101 Tips to Lighten Your Burden can be found on Amazon. My blogwww.jenniferswriting.org

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Jennifer Bonn

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My specialties are education, running, parenting, and self-help. My book 101 Tips to Lighten Your Burden can be found on Amazon. My blogwww.jenniferswriting.org

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