In times of suffering, we don’t need to hear words to ease the pain as much as we need someone to share our pain. When you don’t know what to say, just say “Thank You” and be there.
Make Your Life Better by Saying Thank You in These 7 Situations
James Clear
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So true. I realised this when my mother passed away to cancer a few years ago. I can barely remember anything from the day she passed, a phrase or two from a friend or relative, but one thing I do remember is how reassuring it felt to be surrounded by people that love our family and that simply where there for us. When months later another friend of mine lost his mother the same way I felt I didn’t know what I could possibly say to him, but that didn’t matter, all that mattered is that I was indeed there for him.

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