My best friend's mum passed away from cancer 10 yrs ago and now with in 2 months her father's health has deterierated to the point where the doctor is saying not long to live. She is in b.c. and I'm in ontario right now. I've never really been through a death in a family and so don't know the best way to be supportive for her. Any sort of info on what people have felt they needed in their times of need would be appreciated. I offerd to go out there and have said that if she just wants to talk I'm here. Though feel this isn't enough.
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