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The only thing more painful than enduring grief, is enduring grief alone. Often, however, we are at a loss when in the company of someone who has recently experienced a death in the family. We wonder what to say, how to say it, or even if we should say it. While our intentions are to console or comfort our bereaved friends or relatives, it is difficult to know the best way to do this.
Benjamin Institute for Community Education and Referral. Prepared and Published by the Jewish Funeral Directors of America.
A Curricular Guide for Teaching About Death, Bereavement and the Jewish Way of Honoring the Dead.
Prepared by the coalition for the Advancement of Jewish Education, Ron Isaacs, Susan Arlen, Richard Wagner Carolyn Starman Hessel, with the assistance of the Jewish Funeral Directors of America.