Kate dating tips
Well-intentioned as we may be, those efforts tend to put pressure on them and leave them feeling invalidated.Here are eight ways to help you support your friend in times of need.1. The person grieving may struggle for longer than expected. Variables include the cause and length of death, the personal resiliency of the grieving person, what their previous experiences have been, how large their support network is and their relationship to the person lost.Just offer your support in whatever way you can and let them know that you will be there when they think of something.7. At the time of a funeral, many people offer help and support to the grieving person.As the weeks and months pass everyone's lives move forward and they generally forget to follow up on their offerings of help and support. You don't have to give all of your energy, but your caring will be appreciated and will provide untold comfort.8. There's only so much a friend or family member can offer to someone who is grieving without putting too much strain on themselves.Although I've purchased a couple of Kate's favorite shoes and dresses in my own attempt to mimic her graceful style, behaving appropriately in my royal-approved attire is another story.(My grandmother regularly compares my walk to that of a male wrestler.) Cue royal etiquette expert Myka Meier.Sure, many of us would like to marry a prince, live in a palace and spend our days doing charitable works, practicing Pilates and playing with the third- and fourth-in-line to the throne.Even if (repeat after me) that's never, ever going to happen, we can at least try to emulate the best parts of Kate Middleton's fabulous life.
With an inside track to the type of rigorous education Kate Middleton underwent while dating Prince William, Meier attempted to teach me how to sit, stand and carry myself like a Duchess.
Because we're all different, it's best to ask them what it is that you can do for them.