I came across this quote and was profoundly touched by the reversal of it's simple truth. When a loved one is suffering, we usually want to bring a meal, watch his/her children, or send a kind text. While these are all thoughtful gestures, what we sometimes miss out on is really standing with someone in their pain. Lending a listening ear, giving space to be silent, extending time for the loved one to either scream or cry--these are just a few simple ways we can stand in someone's pain. For a "do-er" like me, this is a challenge and a great reminder that sometimes "standing there" is the best way to express our love and concern.
It's hard to believe, but I have been in business for almost 7 years! As my business has grown, I have decided to take a break from blog posts and focus my attention on providing specialty services, some of which include Purpose Clarity Coaching, Life Map Coaching, and Enneagram Spectrum of Personality Types Coaching. I have received certifications in each of these areas (accredited certifications for CEU through the Center for Credentialing and Education). While I miss interfacing with you through this blog, I am excited to offer additional services to my clients. Please enjoy my blog archives.
One committed to processing truth, finding light in the darkness, savoring the simple, and living fully.