Hi, I wanted some input on how to deal with this.. Last tuesday there was an accident, A friend of mine ranover his son, on accident of course. He was only four years old and he didn't make it and his dad(my friend) is devastated well they both are.. I'm sure he blames himself.. It has now been a week, the funeral was saturday, beautiful service, I had never been to a funeral of a child and it was heartbreaking, but my question to you is how can I help them, what would you do, if these were your family members to be there for them. I love them a great deal, They are great people that are going through this hard time. They are doing alot better though, I am sure its because of all the people praying for them.. This was such a horrific accident that it made news, so the entire town was praying for them, and i'm sure continues to do so. If anyone has been in a similar situation, please give me your input on how I can be there for them. The funeral was packed, but i know from experience that all the people at the funeral say they are going to be there but after the funeral they aren't.
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