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xjay_jayxx asked:

19 Dec 2009

My best friend....

Ugh, my best friend's grandpa just died two days ago. I went to the wake tonight and she started crying so I left with her and her mom's best friend. I don't know what to do. I want to do something nice to her to make her feel better because her & her grandfather were really close. Any ideas of what I could do to help her?



ctl888 says:

Posted on 19 Dec 2009

First of all, when there is a huge death in the family, just out of respect you need to give her time to grieve. If you already given her an 'I am sorry for your lose' type card and flowers then that is a good start. Maybe in a few days or after a week you can get her a sentimental frame, like a meaningful picture frame that she could use to put a picture of her grandfather in it and keep in her room. That would be thoughtful.


fulltimepinklady says:

Posted on 19 Dec 2009

give her her space then maybe a card or something through the mail or at school when she comes back. dont talk about it unless she wants to talk about it but dont be weird about anything either. let her know if she needs anything to let you know.


auri says:

Posted on 19 Dec 2009

yeah i agree(:

When i was sad over it, i didn't want people to talk about it a lot with me, bring it up, or keep telling me theyre sorry.

I know they meant well...but after a week or so, try to take her out to have fun.

Maybe bowling or movies...just something fun to keep her mind off of it.

After shes accepted it, maybe go to a craft shop and buy some plain wooden frames, decorate them and put a picture of her grandpa in them(:

Also, one thing that made me really think about it, is when my mother told me...

that you should be greatful for the time you spent and cherish it always in your heart, maybe have a little chat while making the frames to bring back some great memories and talk about it and stuff :)

Once you remember all the good times it usually gets you in a good mood...or at least it did with me anyways =)

Good Luck, and i hope your friend gets better :]



barbipixi says:

Posted on 20 Dec 2009

you could get her a memory box. just a box that she can put notes to herself or lil items that remind her of her frends or 'family'

you don't have to tell her it's for memories of her grandpa, just leave that for her to choose if she likes

and it just needs to even be a decorated shoe box that has "secret' and her name and buttons and even wrapping paper or pieces of newspaper that says stuff. like a box decorated with scrap book stuff. or a nice wooden box ; P but something that can slide under her bed or in a drawer or in her closet


barbipixi says:

Posted on 20 Dec 2009

and maybe even start if off with a note card that say's how you feel about her. and thinking she's an awesome friend and why you'll never forget her

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