When you lose someone you love, it’s natural for friends and relatives to attempt to comfort you. Yet sometimes, “kind” words and gestures do more harm than good. Nosy questions, unsolicited advice, and empty platitudes (“He’s in a better place”) might end up offending the bereaved and only add to their suffering. So what does help? These nine women have some hard-earned advice.
(Discover the 5 best foods for your brain and other cutting-edge natural tips in Prevention’s Ageless Brain.)