If knowledge is lacking, your destruction is inevitable.
Hosea 4:6

Although it seems shocking to say so, grief is a funny thing. On the one hand, you’re numb, yet on the other, something inside is trying desperately to claw its way back to normal: to pull a funny face, to leap out like a jack-in-the-box, to say “Smile, damn you, smile!

There are no books that will do it for us and there are no magic “right” words to say. It’s the trying, the sharing and the caring – the wanting to help and the willingness to listen – that says “I care about you.” When we know that we do care about each other, then, together, we can talk about even the most difficult things and cope with even the most difficult times.” (On helping children with grief).

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