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Feeling unsure about supporting a
grieving friend? 

We Can Help! Easy ways to show someone you're

there for them.

We've all been there

That sinking feeling when you hear someone you care about is grieving. You want to offer support, but your mind goes blank. "What do I say? What should I do?"

The truth is, most of us feel completely lost. We worry about saying the wrong thing, doing the wrong thing, or worse, doing nothing at all. But here's the secret: even small gestures of love can make a world of difference during this difficult time.

Introducing 100 Acts of Love:
Your Guide to Showing Up During Loss

Feeling lost when someone you care about is grieving is normal! But it doesn't have to be!

We're here to help you navigate the uncertainty and show up authentically for the ones you love.

  • Our free blog is packed with expert grief support tips and

  • our upcoming YouTube channel hosted by grief support expert Kim Hamer, author of 100 Acts of Love, will equip you with the tools to navigate others' grief confidently.   

  • Plus, our interactive course (coming soon!) takes the guesswork out of supporting a grieving friend, colleague, or anyone you care about forever!

Empower Yourself Right Now

  • Download our free guide 5 Phrases Never to Say to Someone Grieving (and What to Say Instead) - This free resource equips you with the right words to offer comfort and support. 

  • Buy the book 100 Acts of Love: A Girlfriend's Guide to Loving Your Friend through Cancer or Loss. Simple, immediately actionable steps you can do right now. (Personalized handwritten notes are available.)

  • Check out our services Learn how to turn empathy into action. 

  • Support at Work to discuss your specific situation. We're here to help you navigate this difficult time. 

  • Become a "lover!" (Coming Soon) Join Kim and her special You Matter community where together we build communities that care. (Link coming soon!)


Grief doesn't have to leave you feeling unsure, awkward, or uncomfortable. 
You CAN transform your empathy into action! Our results-oriented grief support programs will enable you to provide the kind of help that you want, and that truly matters.​

How to Support A Grieving Person


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How to Support Your Grieving Friend: Essential Skills for Showing Up the Right Way


This course is for you if you have ever wanted to support a grieving person but felt awkward and did not know what to do. This course will transform you from a well-meaning friend into a confident, compassionate, and truly helpful support person, and for a limited time, it's FREE!!

Here's what you'll learn for FREE:

  • Stop Saying the Wrong Thing: We'll unveil why well-meaning words often fall flat and equip you with powerful communication tools for authentic empathy. (Goodbye awkward silences, hello genuine connection!)

  • Comfort Like a Pro: Ditch the discomfort and learn to navigate difficult emotions with confidence. Be the calming presence your friend or colleague needs.  

  • Help that Actually Helps: Discover how to tailor your support to each situation. No more generic advice – you'll learn exactly what your friend needs to hear (and what they don't) and how to figure out how to help them.

This course is perfect for anyone who wants to:

  • Ditch the awkward silence. 

  • Offer the "right" support ... every time.

  • Stop feeling overwhelmed and unsure of how to help a grieving friend.

  • Reduce your own stress.  

You have way more power to help than you know! 


Enroll today and be the first to take the course when it's released!


How you show up matters!

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Personalized Grief Support Coaching: Navigate Loss with Confidence (One-on-One)

Feeling lost on how to support a particular grieving person in your life? You're not alone.


This coaching session will transform you from a well-meaning friend into a confident, compassionate, and truly helpful support person.

This personalized one-on-one coaching program provides the tailored guidance and support you need to navigate loss with confidence.


Here's how we'll help:

  • Understand your grieving person's unique needs: We'll delve into their specific situation and tailor a support plan accordingly.

  • Discover practical steps you can take: Equip yourself with helpful ideas and learn to manage your own emotions while supporting others.

  • Create a personalized action plan: Get clear steps you can take to offer meaningful support, big or small.

Why struggle alone? Invest in personalized coaching and become a pillar of strength for your grieving person.

Here are some of the benefits you can count on:

  • Reduced stress and anxiety as you gain clarity and confidence.

  • Healthy coping mechanisms to manage your own emotions so you can be a better supporter.

  • A personalized action plan for effective grief support for your grieving person.


During this one-on-one coaching, you will work with Kim Hamer, who's schedule is limited. Book now and take the first step towards being the supporter you know you can be. Schedule your free consultation today. 

Peronalize Grief Support
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Building a Stronger, More Humane Workplace:

The Power of Grief Support at Work.

Struggling After an Employee Loss? Traditional EAPs Fall Short.

Here is a common scenario:  A valued team member dies. The office is filled with sadness, and productivity dips as colleagues grapple with their grief. You want to support your employees, but traditional EAPs lack the depth and ongoing guidance needed during this difficult time.

The effect? 

  • Unsupported grief in the workplace costs companies up to $225.8 billion every year. (CDC) 

  • 1/3 productivity loss ⅓ (HBR)

  • Increase absenteeism costing $224.8 billion a year (CDC Foundation)

Unaddressed grief IS a business problem.  


Here's where our innovative program comes in.​ We go beyond the limitations of EAPs.


Our program equips your entire organization with the essential tools to navigate loss effectively.

Here's what sets us apart:

  • We bridge the gap: We pick up where traditional EAPs leave off, providing ongoing support and fostering a culture of empathy and understanding within your team.

  • Empowerment, not just information: We don't just offer resources; we teach your team practical skills to support each other through loss. This benefits grieving employees and strengthens team morale and overall well-being.

  • The bottom line impact: Studies show that a supportive workplace environment leads to increased employee engagement, productivity, and revenue. Investing in your people's well-being during loss isn't just the right thing to do; it's smart business.

Don't let grief become another hidden barrier to your company's success.

Our "Building a Stronger, More Humane Workplace" program can help you create a supportive environment where everyone thrives, even during difficult times.

Contact us today to learn more and invest in the well-being of your most valuable asset - your people.

Workplace Grief Support

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Check out Kim's Book

This book answers the worrying question we all have...

100 Acts of Love: A Girlfriend's Guide to Loving Your Friend Through Cancer or Loss.

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"What do I say? What can I do? "

Kim highlights 100 different, unique, and simple ways you can impact your colleague, employee, friend, or family going through "it." Use it as a step-by-step guide or to get your creative support juices flowing.  Either way, this easy-to-read life guide will be your go-to for years to come if you want to make a meaningful impact during a difficult time.

What others have to say. 

“What a down-to-earth, inspiring, practical guide to supporting someone through end of life and grief or cancer. Thank you, Kim!" Fredda Wasserman, MA, MPH, LMFT, CT, Clinical Director of Adult Programs and Education, Our House Grief Support.”

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