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What Do I Do?: A Step by Step Guide for Friends and Family to Support Anyone Who Has Lost a Child Paperback – August 5, 2019
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- Publisher : Kat Biggie Press (August 5, 2019)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 170 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1948604442
- ISBN-13 : 978-1948604444
- Item Weight : 6.7 ounces
- Dimensions : 5 x 0.39 x 8 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,307,891 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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What shouldn't I do or say? How can I be of help without being intrusive?
These and many more questions are answered and are extremely useful.
By Amazon Customer on August 18, 2019
What do we do? How can we show up and bring needed value and support? How can we avoid saying things that could contribute to deeper pain? What are the practical things that are really needed? How can we not get in the way but be a part of making the way easier?
This book brings us the answer from a courageous mom who brings her 20-20 hindsight vision to her own personal journey through the loss of her baby girl. What she experienced could never be made easy to navigate for such loss itself is incomprehensible. However, friends and family who often are also grieving can step up, collaborate and provide resources to help a family journey through this kind of loss so they feel treasured and supported. Co-workers can be given ideas on the right things to say, not the wrong things to say. There are so many gems of wisdom to help all of us more effectively deal with the tragic loss of infants and young children.
This book is a must read for everyone. Teachers, Spiritual Leaders, Daycare Providers, everyone involved in supporting families, and every individual who has a heart and a desire to be of service to the ones they love. I admire Kimberly for digging back into her experience, reflecting, researching, and taking her tragedy and turning it into service.