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What Not To Say To Someone Who Is Dying

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If a friend or family member is given a terminal diagnosis, it's natural to want to support them. But many of us are scared of saying the wrong thing. We look at potential pitfalls.

Don't ask 'How are you?'

For most of us, asking someone how they're feeling is a natural conversation opener, and we probably don't even think about the significance of the words. But asking this question when someone is seriously ill can cause undue stress.

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If a friend or family member is told they are going to die, it’s natural to want to support them. But many of us are scared of saying the wrong thing. We look at what to say to someone with a terminal illness.

 

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