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Back in January one of my coworkers had their baby, just days afterwards she became an angel due to complications from child birth.
I'm not sure how else we can support him and his wife during this time (sent them meals, flowers, cards). I know that they are struggling with the marriage and being able to pick up the pieces from losing their firstborn. But since I'm not personally very close to either of them, I am looking for ideas on how to show them continued support, even though it's been several months, our dear coworker has changed. And we just want to show them we know that this pain isn't going to magically go away, but that through it we are there for him and his wife. Especially since Mother's day just passed and Father's day is just around the corner. My heart breaks for them knowing how excited they were to welcome their little one.
Any suggestions on what we can do to show them continued support? I'm afraid to bring it up, but I still make sure to say hi and ask about him and his wife. But he doesn't talk about his daughter. Any ideas would be really helpful.
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