What You Can Say When You Don't Know What to Say: Reaching Out to Those Who Hurt download epub
by Lauren Littauer Briggs
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Sometimes when a tragedy occurs we don't know what to do or say, so we do nothing.
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How do I start when you don't know what to say? . You said the world's already full enough. Making gold out of the pain. Делая золото из боли. I can die, but I can't break," you said.
How do I start when you don't know what to say? С чего начать, когда не знаешь, что сказать? No, I don't know what to say. Нет, я не знаю, что сказать. Ты говорил, что мир уже полон. Of defeated people and you would not be one. Побеждённых людей, и ты одним из них не будешь. Always a choice to move yourself along. Yeah, I know that's where you are. Да, я знаю, ты туда и попал. A doppelgänger with a telling scar. Я умру, но не сломлюсь", - говорил ты. "You can rule, I won't obey". Можете править, я не преклоню колено".
That’s why we often reach for one of these common responses . What do you say to show empathy? 490. ) Life Lessons.
That’s why we often reach for one of these common responses: Everything happens for a reason. Just look on the bright side. God has a plan. But, if you are someone who struggles with what to say in these situations, the following list may help you find a better response than the ones we typically say. Examples of Empathetic Responses. 1. Acknowledge their pain. Perhaps the best thing you can do is to acknowledge how the other person feels. When you connect with someone’s pain or struggle, it helps him feel supported.
Don’t offer explanations or try to ‘fix’ things, says journalist and fundraiser . Almost every woman I know who has experienced miscarriage has a story about something inappropriate someone said following her loss.
Don’t offer explanations or try to ‘fix’ things, says journalist and fundraiser for miscarriage awareness Janet Murray. At least you know you can get pregnant, said my doctor friend when I told her I’d had a miscarriage, 12 weeks into my first pregnancy, and following a painful struggle with infertility. There was probably something wrong with the baby, said one relative. Just think of all the fun you’ll have trying again, said another. After losing twins, one friend was told it was for the best as she wouldn’t have been able to cope anyway.