Hear why you shouldn’t say “I’m so sorry for your loss” to someone who’s lost a loved one. Lisa also talks about how to support those who are dealing with loss.

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Show Notes

  • She tells us some stories of people that lost someone beloved – 1:34
  • She tells us that she will start a campaign to change the way that we talk to people when they lose someone – 2:00
  • Lisa talks about the significance of the expression “I’m so sorry for your lost” – 2:40
  • The ideal thing to do for others in loss – 3:10
  • What would you like to hear from someone else when you lose a beloved person – 4:45
  • Why death is an awkward situation – 5:08
  • Lisa reads some cards to change the way we look at death – 6:10
  • How to support people at the time of lost a beloved one – 8:08
  • What is the best step for us to take – 9:05

 

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