The holiday season is a beautiful and magical time for most of us–but it can also be a time of loneliness and heartache for those who have lost loved ones.
This episode is a reminder of the little things we can do to reach out to those who are grieving during this time of year.
Rachel Gainer, a mother of five including an angel baby, shares her experience of losing her 2-month-old daughter, Daphne. She talks about the meaningful ways that family and friends supported her during that enormous loss and in the years since.
Though this topic may seem a bit heavy, the episode is full of hope, love, and goodness, and it is sure to give you great ideas if you’ve ever wondered just what to do for someone who is hurting.
Don’t forget the invitation at the end of this episode: Please reach out this week to someone in your own life who could use some extra support and love as the holidays approach.
Rachel’s website: RachelRebuilt.com
Rachel’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rachel_rebuilt/
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In this episode, you will hear Rachel sing Destiny’s Child; model how to ask someone how they are doing without pity in your voice; praise the hero who cleaned her bathroom when she had kidney stones…
AND SO MUCH MORE.
You don’t want to miss this episode, which is an continuation of last week’s podcast on “How to Be a Good Friend, Instead of Being Friendly.”
If you love people, and you want to love people better, listen in as Rachel dives deep into the importance of:
1) Using people’s names.
2) Following up with friends who you know are going through hard times.
3) Letting people serve you.
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Previous Episodes Referred to In This Episode:
How to Be a Friend, Instead of Just Being Friendly: http://3in30podcast.com/friendship/
How to Support Someone Who is Grieving: http://3in30podcast.com/grief/
Three Messages of Hope for the Darkest Times: http://3in30podcast.com/hope/