A Safe Place for Pain to Fall (#756)

"All I want is for someone to help me process my pain." What do you do when you can't find anyone to walk with you through your pain, especially with everyone enduring our political turmoil over COVID-19 and racial unrest. Wayne is joined by people from all over the United States, Canada, and the UK who were part of last Sunday's After-Show. Here he shares highlights of that conversation about the loneliness, grief, and isolation some are experiencing during this season. How can you find friends compassionate enough to let you share your pain, and, even more importantly, how can we be a place to help people through theirs?

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2 Comments

  1. Hi Wayne
    As a Grief Counsellor I am more than happy to email people or have FaceTime or Skype or Zoom although the average person may not have Zoom.
    I can help people as I have in Australia through the unknown scary stuff of Isolation, fear, anger, whatever they may be concerned about.
    Knowing that someone is only an email away, can be of great comfort to them. We can chat back & forth, or face to face if desired.
    I offer to do anything I can to be of help.
    As I have a Degree in Social Science majoring in counselling, I also have a Diploma in Grief, also Grief, Loss & Suicide.

    Gail Russell-Baker from Oz.

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