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To help someone

help

verb

to give someone support or information so that they can do something more easily

assist

verb

to help someone or something

support

verb

to help someone and be kind to them when they are having a difficult time

help out

to help someone, especially by doing a particular job or by giving them money

put yourself out (for someone)

to do something to help someone even if it causes problems or difficulties for you

get through

to help someone to deal with a difficult situation or to stay alive until it is over

nurse

verb

to help someone or something to improve or become more successful

benefit

verb

to help someone or give them an advantage

guide

verb

to help someone to make decisions or judgments about something

reach out to

to offer help to someone

sandwich generation

a generation … who are balancing working life with caring for both their teenage children and elderly parents

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