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Phase IX: Grieving & Sudden Death Photo by AbbyD11 on Flickr
Grieving & Sudden Death To help HOPE Squad members understand grieving and school procedures in the event of a sudden death. Copyright © Huds LLC
1.Tell your friend that you want to be a part of his/her grieving process and that you are comfortable listening to his/her pain. 2.Grief takes time to learn to live with and never goes away. 3. Encourage your friend to talk with family or friends about their grief. Copyright © Huds LLC How to Help a Friend with Grief
4. Remember you can’t take away their pain – you can let them know they are not alone. 5. Empathize with them say, “I’m so sorry to hear that this happened to you.” 6. Be genuine and don’t hide your feelings, say, “I’m not sure what to say, but I want you to know that I care.” Copyright © Huds LLC How to Help a Friend with Grief
7. Listen, be non-judgmental – let them tell their story as many times as they need/want to. 8. Allow periods of silence – be a good listener. 9. If you knew the deceased, talk about what you loved and miss about them. 10. Encourage them to do something the deceased person would enjoy doing. Copyright © Huds LLC How to Help a Friend with Grief
Saying: “He’s in a better place.” “It’s God’s plan.” “Look at what you have to be thankful for.” Do not say you understand exactly what your friend is going through even if you knew the deceased. Reaction to death is very individualized. Copyright © Huds LLC Avoid
Do not give advice about how to grieve. Do not encourage them to make major changes in their life. Do not try to “fix them” and make it better. Do not make statements that begin with “You should” or “You will” Copyright © Huds LLC Avoid
How HOPE Squad members may assist: Report to principal, counselor or social worker if they observe students who are having a difficult time Offer caring supports to grieving students Discourage speculation or rumors about the death, especially on social networking sites Copyright © Huds LLC Sudden Death
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