|| For those who have a friend that has been devastated by the loss of a loved one, when other care enough to rub shoulders with grieving friends and are willing to be inconvenienced. It requires someone to care enough to put aside cliché condolences and stick close through a long grieving process. An individual's grief can never be "fixed". But friends can wash a sink full of dishes, listen, go along on a cemetery visit. Sharing another's grief is not about "fixing-it"- it's about showing up. Harold Ivan Smith, popular speaker and grief educator, guides other to respond with their heart. He shows tangible, meaningful ways to make a significant difference as one journeys through grief with someone they care about.