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SHARE COMPASSION

Share Compassion With Others!

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Each situation we get into in our life calls for us to share compassion by communicating with the one grieving some loss or pain or ignoring it with no empathy because of fear of getting involved or, even worse, not caring at all. I encourage you to pray for yourself that your heart can grow big to be able to share compassion with others that you meet during the coming weeks. ~ Bill Greguska

There are many different types of loss or hurt a person can go through:

 

 

You can find helpful information if you would like to research some information on GotQuestions.org 

 

 

 


 

Having Empathy Is So Very Important!

 


 

Share Compassion With Others, And Also Yourself!

If someone you love is going through a difficult time in their life or having a tough time right now, there are some things that you can remind them (or yourself) of which will help them (yourself) through their (your) problems.

John 16:33  “I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world, you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.

  1. Please encourage them by telling them that it is Okay not to be OK (this too shall pass)
  2. Remind them that they are not alone (brainstorm a list of those who care)
  3. Consider inviting them to go out to eat (everyone loves food)
  4. Remind them to live one day at a time (sometimes one moment at a time)
  5. Tell them that If you have done all, you can do (then turn the page)
  6. Remind them to let go of guilt and blame after confessing it to God (there is nothing that can be done to change it)
  7. Tell them that they made it through tough times before (you can do it again)
  8. Remind them that struggles make you stronger (you will grow from this experience in some way)
  9. See the good in this situation (be thankful for whatever it is)
  10. Let them know that they are going through a season in life right now (nothing lasts forever)
  11. Please encourage them to try to look at the good coming out of this (even small positive things are worth mentioning)
  12. Tell them to keep your eyes open for new opportunities (something the door will open up for you)
  13. Remind them that if they are doing their best (what else can anyone ask of you?)
  14. Could you tell them to put things into perspective? (sleep on it, walk away from thinking about it for a while)
  15. Have them think positive that they are braver than you realize you are (see how good you are doing)
  16. Have them find out the positive parts of your day (accept the negative ones with the positive ones)
  17. Tell them that they might have been involved somehow (but it is not all their fault)
  18. Remind them that they can not change the past (but you can do what is right today)
  19. Funnily tell them that it is not the end of the world (until it is the end of the world)
  20. Encourage them by telling them it would help if they were kind to themselves (no more stinking thinking allowed)
  21. Tell them that everyone wants help (offer to help in some way possibly)
 
 Here is a Feeling Circle to help determine people’s explicitly feeling.
 
Feeling identifier helps you understand what you are feeling. NeedEncouragement.com

 


 

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By |2022-09-04T22:13:44-05:00December 24th, 2019|RELATIONSHIPS|0 Comments

About the Author:

In 2007, my pastor Ron Sauer and his wife Sue encouraged me to encourage others, knowing that I was struggling in my own life. They were wise to know that if I reached out to help other people with their problems, my problems would be put into a better perspective. Yes, and it did help! Please read 2 Corinthians 1:3-4. If you do not have a relationship with God by chance, I encourage you to get to know Him. I hope you find the encouragement you need on our website, no matter your situation. ~ Bill Greguska

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