Time to reach out

When someone dies there is a rush to assist and aid the loved ones of the person. There is a great deal of activity, and though the loss is incredibly difficult there are many who lend support and comfort. As painful as it is, this is not the most difficult time because after everyone else goes back to their lives the loss becomes more searing. Each day there are reminders of what has been lost, and often there comes a deep sense of loneliness. It is at this time when friends are most needed to listen, support and just be there. If you know someone who has lost a loved one recently it would be a real blessing to contact them today.

3 Responses to Time to reach out

  1. fitforjoy says:


    I found your review for the book “Man’s Search for Meaning” on Amazon.

    I’d love to connect and collaborate with you (somehow!)

    My work outlines practical and creative ideas inspired by love in the quest for wellbeing.

    In Fit for Joy, I wrote about the paradox of two realities that don’t match: physical health and mental chaos. The idea was to start a conversation about the “true” meaning of health.

    As a podcast host, I am in search of meaningful truths, ideas, and insights about mental and spiritual health that can awaken new ways of thinking, leading us toward a new way of being — Being Well.”

    Would you be interested in any or a combination of:

    – Podcast interview: A Quest for Well-Being
    – Guest blogging

    – Exchanging blogs

    – Book review

    Much Love,

    My website is: https://fitforjoy.org
    Email: info@fitforjoy.org

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