Never Do These When Comforting the Hurt

Have you tried comforting someone who is hurt but ended up causing more hurt? Yes, that’s right. These things happen no matter how well-meaning we are. To avoid this problem, I highly recommend you read my short, but incredibly helpful blog: 3 Things You Should Avoid When Supporting Those in Pain.”

What not to Say to the Hurting

Life can be difficult not just for us, but also for the people around us. In our efforts to comfort them, we may sometimes say or do things that are not as helpful as we intend. To ensure that our support is genuinely beneficial, it’s crucial to be mindful of what we do and say to those who are hurting.

In this blog post, I share three key things to avoid when comforting people during tough times.

Additionally, I’ve included some actionable steps on what you should do instead to provide meaningful support, such as active listening, acknowledging their feelings, and offering encouragement.

You can read the full post here.

I hope you find this blog post insightful and useful in your efforts to support those around you who may be going through difficult times.

Thank you for your continued support and engagement!

Warm regards,

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