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How to Help Those We Love



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47 thoughts on “How to Help Those We Love

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  2. I got sent this video by my partner because I can never comfort him, and it starts fights.
    I felt so stupid and helpless because I need a tutorial on how to help someone.
    I still feel that way and it's so upsetting, because I'm always trying to help, but it never works.
    I need assistance before I start crying.

  3. Can't tell you how much have appreciated these videos over the years. As someone who was raised by people very low in emotional intelligence and mindfulness, these videos have been a godsend for me and truly life-changing.

  4. Can someone help me?
    My sister always says after school that her day was horrible and just today she said she was crying in the bathroom, and I asked why and all she said was because she was sad. She also says that she doesn’t have any friends and my parents and I always give her tips but she doesn’t take them. I’m really worried about her and when I try to talk to her about it she always tries to change the subject and I just don’t know what to do anymore!

  5. He didn't bother himself to call me/text me to check on me or listen to me when I was broking down in the hospital, bleeding inside and needed him the most. He's so focused on who'll intertain him and please him the most :/

  6. I appreciate a flow of ideas and listening, and do that as well… and it has taken me a long time to realise while I like that sort of band aid (listening and at worst, can appreciate the effort and intent behind a flow of ideas), I've applied a band aid (as in making the boo boo feel better) to the wrong place for some by trying to come up with a solution.

  7. My friend's brother went to college and he is so fucking depressed. I'm trying everything, but not all at once, and in a small way

  8. No – don't help them – unless they ask you to help – and even then maybe not. How are people ever to develop a sense of competency and accomplishment and independence/self-sufficiency i.e mature adulthood if they know someone will always 'help'/bail them out.

  9. I'm definitely a cuddles and tell me it's going to be ok kinda person, and after watching this video I realise that's how I try to comfort others too. My first instinct when someone I love is upset it to want to give them a hug and say that it's ok to feel that way but it won't last forever, that they'll be ok, but thinking about it now not everyone needs that. I think I'm going to be a bit more thoughtful in how I try and comfort others form now on

  10. I always find myself in a situation where someone I care about is crying and all I can do is say that it’s okay but it doesn’t do anything at all.

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