How do you comfort the bereaved..?

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There is not much you can do really.

Offer support if they need it, make sure they have no other hardship, but as for greaving, no one can dot hat for them.

"For too long, we have been a passively tolerant society, saying to our citizens 'as long as you obey the law, we will leave you alone'" - David Cameron, UK Prime Minister. 13 May 2015.

re-assure them continuously, and listen to them.
Stay in touch.
when the formal mourning period is over and the last casserole is gone, the bereaved is still grieving. Continue to call and get together.

Let the grieving person tell his/her story in as much detail as he chooses to, even if he repeats it and it

My dads sister passed away today. No-one is mourning in our house. I can't even remember how she looks like.

is it healthy to tell and retell stories over and over again? i think it could fall into the category of complaining and not accepting Allah's decree...i dont know..just raising a point...

Is it true? Is it kind? Is it necessary?

MuslimBro wrote:
My dads sister passed away today. No-one is mourning in our house. I can't even remember how she looks like.

Innal illahi wa inna lil ilayhi rajiun.

Lets reunite the ummah under one flag LA ILAHA IL ALLAH MUHAMMADUR RASULULLAH