Offer your sympathy of course, other than that just be there to hold her hand through it, listen when she needs to talk about it.
I love you. What do you need? <br />
Then listen and offer her whatever it is that she needs without judgement. Hold her, offer her a tissue, a drink, food your shoulder to lean on each time she need one... <br />
Be unconditionally understanding, loving and accepting.
the usual im sorry for ur loss...hug her ...most important jus be there for what or when ever she needs u in this time of grief
You don’t have to say anything, just be there for her. <br />
Sometimes the best conversations are the ones without words.
Yes! You have to say SOMETHING. I don't know what. Maybe tell her how sorry you are that she lost a family member and tell you are there for her if she wants to talk. Something. Anything.
"If you ever need anyone to talk to, I'm here." People normally don't react very well to someone who had someone die in their life, and it makes them feel alone, just knowing you'll listen to her will help even if it's just a little bit
Just give her a big hug and let her know that you are there for her in any way that she needs you.... and then follow up with what she needs,
You don't need to say much of anything, but be there for her...
say you're sorry and you'll give her whatever she needs, hugs, time to herself, anything.
I always say "I'm so sorry,I can't imagine your grief "
all that other stuff, and that you want to help