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Call Me If You Need Anything and Other Things Not to Say
Because they do not know what to say or do, many people feel awkward or shy away from those who are suffering from terminal illnesses or who have experienced loss or other tragedies. With insights from personal experience, Cathy Peterson turns awkward conversations into words of comfort and good intentions into real help and encouragement. She provides sensible advice on e ...more
Paperback, 96 pages
Published April 1st 2005 by Chalice Press
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A friend who had a loss in the last few years reommended this. I do always feel like I don't know what to say in these situations, so I decided to check it out (it helped that it is so short). I was surprised that so much of it had to do with long term illness versus loss. Overall, it was practical, though a bit obvious in places. The writing wasn't amazing, but it was clear.