What it Really Means to Hold Space for Someone

When a loved one is struggling, our first instinct is often to tell them what we think they should do, or how to fix everything. At the very least, we share suggestions and ideas. After all, we want to help them.

But that’s not always what the other person needs from us.

Here’s an article that explains what it means to “hold space” for someone — to truly be there for someone who needs us.

One thought on “What it Really Means to Hold Space for Someone

  1. karen kerschmann says:

    A good friend sent this to me the other day- I’ve passed it on as well. Thank you for posting!

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