A few days after Easter my grandmother passed away. It was very sudden and without warning. One day she was alive and well, the next she was gone. It hit our family pretty hard. My grandfather took it the hardest naturally. They were very much in love and had been married for 56 years.
Today is their wedding anniversary. My grandfather is so depressed. His health hasn't been the best since my grandmother died.
I want to do something for him. We're all having dinner at my mom's tonight so he doesn't have to face the day alone. I talked with him for a long time on the phone last night.
Is there anything I can do to help him through this? I love him and it pains me to see him so depressed.
Answer by gemgem at 2:04 PM on Jan. 18, 2009
My condolenses to you and your family.
Just be with him and continueing doing what you do to make him feel like someone will always be there for him, he does not have to face this alone. God Bless him. It is just part of life but it hurts I know. Take Care
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