When Listening Is Needed Most | Winner's Minute With Mac Hammond

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People who are grieving or going through a difficult time can find themselves isolated from others
as they attempt to deal with what they are facing. When someone you know is in this position, now more than ever is when they need your help.
They don’t need you to spout default answers in an attempt to comfort them. What they usually need the most is a listening ear.
They need to know that someone cares about what they are going through and will listen to their thoughts and feelings without attempting to fix them.
Winston Churchill understood this power of a listening ear. He stated: “Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak.
Courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen.” I’m Mac Hammond, and this is the Winner’s Minute.