We’re not taught how to have these conversations:
A friend or family member is struggling. Maybe they’re just “not themselves.” Maybe they’re suicidal.
How do you offer support them?
What do you say? What can you do that’s actually helpful?
In the last of our series with guest Sam Dylan Finch,
we look at specific ways people have helped him in various stages of need.
The ideas are specific, real-world tested, and doable.
Please take 19 minutes to learn how to be a support to someone.
Part 1 of How to Support Someone: Givingvoicetodepression – You-want-to-help-someone-whos-struggling-heres-how-part-1
How to ASK For Help if You Need It-Part One: Givingvoicetodepression – Asking-for-help-is-not-always-intuitive-sam-dylan-finch
How to ASK For Help if You Need It-Part Two: Givingvoicetodepression – How-to-ask-for-the-help-you-need-pt-2-sam-dylan-finch