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What would you say or do to someone like John Schneider whose wife Alicia died on February 21, 2023, at the age of 53?
What do you say and do for someone in a similar situation?
What would you NOT say or do?
We all lose people we love.
How would you want to be treated in a similar situation?
Even though it can be extremely difficult, the internet has millions of helpful websites devoted to this subject that can help you be extremely compassionate and resourceful towards those who are grieving.
"Widowhood is more than missing your spouse’s presence. It is adjusting to an alternate life. It is growing around a permanent amputation.
Widowhood is going to bed for the thousandth time, and still, the loneliness doesn’t feel normal. The empty bed a constant reminder. The night no longer brings intimacy and comfort, but the loudness of silence and the void of connection. ....." Full article here