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What does one say to the living when a loved one dies?
The million dollar question.
As for a general initial conversation, I extend my condolences to the family and leave it at that.
From there, it’s a dynamic conversation guided by my intuition.
I listen to where the bereaved is in the grief process and respond to their concerns at that time.
I typically affirm their feelings and empathize with their experience.
Depending on my relationship with the person, I plan to touch base again in a day or two after the “doingness” is over.
Most people seem to need support after the initial shock and alone. Typically a week to 10 days later. Again, this is guided by my intuition.