Our expert says:
As I mentioned in responding to the neighbouring question, grief is hard work. In the situation you describe you seem to be saying that your friend lost her grandmother recently, and especially in the early weeks and months, grief can be turbulent and mixed up. IF she doesn't at present want to talk with anyone, we have to respect that. By indicating that you care, and that you will be available if and when she needs you and asks for you, you have probably done all you can. This IS "being there for her". By not pressing yourself on her you may make it easier for her to call on you when she recognizes, as you already do, that she needs and deserves help.
IF there are opportunities for neutral contacts ( i/e. not specifically about the grief ) those can be useful just to keep in touch to invite her to gathering your usually would invite her to, and not be too upset if she doesn't choose to come.
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