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This Is What You Should Say To Grieving Parents

It isn’t easy to find the words, so let me help you

image by Ulkar — purchased by the author

Every year, there is one day that makes it hard for me to breath — the anniversary of my son’s death. Friends and family want to reach out to me during this time, but they don’t know what to say. How do you show your love and sympathy for such a tragic loss?

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Toni Tails

Toni Tails

CEO of ToniTails.com | Published Author & Illustrator| Body Positive Graphic Artist | Autism Mama | Survivor of Child Sex Abuse | PTSD ADHD Queer Babe | she/her

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