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How to Help a Hurting Friend | RELEVANT Magazine


Jul 23, 2013 ... Think about what your practical needs would be if you found yourself in your friend's shoes. We're often too prideful to ask for help, but we can ...

10 Ways Not to Help a Hurting Friend - Crossway


Sep 2, 2016 ... You are making your suffering friend feel like his pain is “no big deal. ..... If you really want to help a hurting friend, then offer to help in a specific ...

When a Friend Is Hurting: How You Can Help | United Church of God


Apr 6, 2009 ... Facing difficult times is hard for anyone, but how about when it's a friend who is suffering? What do you do then?

3 Practical Ways to Help People Who Are Hurting - LifeWay


Years ago, I asked a friend of mine how she was doing and got this response: " My mom is a heroin addict and I just want to kill myself. How do you think I'm ...

"How Do I Help a Hurting Friend?" - CBN.com


Author Rod J. K. Wilson offers ideas to help you reach out to your friend as he or she works through the stages of grief.

When You Have No Words: How To Comfort A Hurting Friend | The ...


Dec 19, 2014 ... In those times, just be there with your hurting friends, show them you care ... 12:9) and “I will strengthen thee; yeah, I will help thee; yea I will ...

Three Things You Can Do to Comfort Someone Who is Hurting ...


When someone we care about is hurting, compassionate people like you ...... Also, when a friend is hurting, I never know where the line is between helping and ...

How to Help a Friend Who is Self-Injuring - ULifeline


You may be angry and frustrated with your friend for hurting themselves, and you may have no clue about what to do or how to help. Here are some suggestions:.

Helping the Hurting - The Gospel Coalition


Nov 5, 2014 ... Yet sometimes, in our efforts to reach out to a suffering friend, we unwittingly hurt the very ones we want to help. We might hurt them by what we ...

How to Help a Hurting Friend - Modern Mrs. Darcy


Jul 18, 2011 ... And I do what any friend would do–I listen, and hug, and ask what I can do to help. I can't fix things for her–as much as I wish I could!–but I can ...