get her outside, go to the park or go eat ice cream.
Get her a puppy to care for
Wait for a few days and change the environment around
just wait for her to get dementia and put her in a home
but srsly, its a huge thing missing in her life, does she have friends that can support her? in what kind of neighbourhood does she live?
no joke, but buy her a vaporizer and some weed. my grandpa fixed his back pain and depression with it and he's way more loving life now. I mean they have nothing to lose right if you're stuck at the darkest place a person can be just try new things.
Don’t worry she will be dead soon too
i don't blame her, her husband (your grandfather) was for her probbably one of the few pure things left in this God forsaken world.
remember: she is from an older (perhaps better) generation
also my condolences
I know what you mean about the depression part.
Its the same for my grandfather, my grandma past away a few years ago after having a stroke.
I remember the funeral, hearing my grandfather cry, it was the first ever time i heard him cry...
and now a few years later hes seriously saying "I hope i die soon, i want to see her again" & stuff like that, its pretty crazy to hear that.