I Don’t Know What to Say
Mike McKinley was an only child who experienced the death of his parents and his loving wife Nancy.
Those events had a deep impact on his life. He saw firsthand how often, the subject of death made people uncomfortable, and how they searched for something to say to ease their own discomfort at his loss. He also realized that the words, thoughts and actions of select people helped make his grief more bearable. Those people, through education or instinct, knew what to say and what to do.
This booklet grew out of a desire to help you know what to say and, more importantly, what to do when someone you care about experiences the loss of a loved one.
You can make a difference.