i've been on the receiving end of support for grieving, but this time, the roles have turned. one of the girls in my choir just lost her boyfriend. i want to offer her a helping hand if she needs it, support her if she wants it. i can relate to her in a way, and i want her to know that. but what should i say to her and let her know this? i don't want to make her uncomfortable, after all
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