Sometimes words don't have the intended meaning.
How do we interpret things people say while grieving?
To grievers, a lot of things that people say to be comforting may not be comforting at all:
"I'm sorry for your loss"
"Your loved one is in a better place"
But as grievers, is there anything that we say, that can seem insensitive?
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