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Also I think the kind of emotional support she may need depends on the circumstanses of her loved ones' death. Say, if there was a suicide involved, she may need one kind of help to prosess it. Or if it was a cancer, she parhaps may need to be around healthy food/lifestyle to see that she isn't going the same road, etc. I'm no expert though, just something that makes sense to ME personally...
i think you are doing all you can.
there is only so much you can do. and you are offering it all. and you have to wait for her to accept it.
i know during times like that we forget our basic needs. so if you have simple cooked frozen meals for her that would be good. provided you can make what she likes.
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