There Is No Good Card for This: What To Say and Do When Life Is Scary, Awful, and Unfair to People You Love

There is No Good Card for This

by Kelsey Crowe and Emily McDowell

When someone you know is hurting, you want to let her know that you care. But many people don’t know what words to use — or are afraid of saying or doing the wrong thing. This thoughtful, instructive guide, from empathy expert Dr. Kelsey Crowe and greeting card maverick Emily McDowell, blends well-researched, actionable advice with the no-nonsense humor and the signature illustration style of McDowell’s immensely popular Empathy Cards, to help you feel confident in connecting with anyone experiencing grief, loss, illness, or any other difficult situation. Features workbook exercises, sample dialogs, and real-life examples from Dr. Crowe’s research, including her popular “Empathy Bootcamps” that give people tools for building relationships when it really counts.

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This is such a well written & excellent description of how hard it can be to answer the “how are you?”Question that we are asked daily. @Sleotin describes some great suggestions of how to handle this question in a way that feels congruent to your emotions. https://t.co/qF7c7tOwSM

This article is so right. I just helped a friend make one yesterday. He is facing a barrage of medical treatment and wanted his papers in order. It is easy to do online at .gov.uk. So worth it @livingwelldying #eolplanning https://t.co/H4HhVyt3SJ

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