But his wife turned him down and just claimed that she was “fine.”
He obviously knows that isn’t the truth, and he just wants his wife to talk to anyone– even if it isn’t him.
“It’s been the same cycle since Thursday last week when the news came, and I really don’t know what to do,” he vented.
So now, he’s been left wondering whether he should send his wife to therapy anyway– even though that might make her think that she cannot talk to him– or just let it go and allow his wife to grieve by herself.
Have you ever tried to support a partner after they lost a family member? What more could he do in this situation? Do you think he should send his wife to therapy or leave her be?
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