Tragedy strikes the heart hard. Those who experience hardship, the loss of loved one, a job, a friendship—no matter how severe—must grieve their loss.
And often, those who know and love them are at a loss too. What do we say or do?
In this week’s episode of the Reinventure Me podcast, my co-host Armin Assadi invited renown grief expert, Dr. H. Norman Wright, to join us on the program. We ask Dr. Wright to tell us What you need to know about grieving. He has been on the front-lines of some of our nation’s greatest tragedies—9/11, Hurricane Katrina, etc.—counseling the grieving, advising leaders, and equipping care givers and shares his experience and wisdom in caring for those suffering loss.
If you know someone who’s suffered loss and found yourself at a loss for words, give this episode a listen and share it with your friends. You’ll find it on the web or on iTunes and Stitcher Radio.
Comment below: What are some ways you’ve helped others through their grieving process?