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www.aplaceformom.com/blog/2014-14-4-what-to-say-to-the-dying

Apr 14, 2014 ... Speaking to a dying loved one can be challenging. Read for advice we've gleaned from professional grief counselors about what you can say.

www.virtualhospice.ca/en_US/Main+Site+Navigation/Home/Topics/Topics/Communication/Tips+for+Talking+with+Someone+Who+is+Dying.aspx

Knowing what to say to someone who is dying and when to say it can be difficult. The following tips may be useful at any point during a serious illness, but ...

www.agingcare.com/articles/say-to-someone-who-is-dying-148641.htm

Jun 19, 2017 ... Words often fail us when someone we love is approaching the end of life. Experts ... Words of Comfort: What to Say When Someone Is Dying.

www.vitas.com/resources/hospice-care/what-to-say-to-someone-on-hospice

VITAS Healthcare shares tips on visiting someone who is in hospice care. Learn how you can ... You put off seeing them because you don't know what to say, how to act. ... Not only can you visit a dying friend, but both of you will be better for it.

grief.com/10-best-worst-things-to-say-to-someone-in-grief

You would also not want to say to someone, you are in the stages of grief. In our work, On Grief and Grieving, Elisabeth Kubler-Ross and I share that the stages ...

www.caring.com/articles/how-to-say-goodbye

Oct 6, 2017 ... Saying good-bye to a dying relative or friend -- what to talk about, when, and how -- doesn't come naturally to most adults. The irony: All such ...

bottomlineinc.com/health/caregiving/how-to-offer-comfort-to-someone-who-is-dying

Jan 15, 2013 ... But few of us have much experience in being with someone who is dying. What should we say—and not say? What if the prospect of a visit ...

www.shieldmysenior.com/what-to-say-to-someone-who-is-dying

May 11, 2017 ... Figuring out what to say to someone who is dying can be incredibly difficult. Here, we explore ways to be supportive during these trying times.

www.legacy.com/news/advice-and-support/article/what-to-say-to-someone-who-is-dying

When someone you care about is terminally ill, you can't go wrong with a hug or taking his hand and saying, "I think of you all the time" or "I love you."