Question from Shannon: Do you ever feel overwhelmed by helping people in grief?
When a person feels overwhelmed it signifies the inability to see their way out of a situation, especially when grieving for the loss of a loved one. In general, when a person feels overwhelmed it represents the need to reevaluate their lives by taking personal inventory, minimizing overload, and taking control of their own life. Sometimes death of a loved-one awakens spiritual insight and reveals our purpose in life.
To help a person, especially through grieving, it requires omnipresence, patience, compassion, clarity and focus. It’s an honor to coach, counsel and bring comfort to hurting souls no matter the circumstance.
“Close the gap between grief and loss and live intentional on their behalf.“ GPS