Call it confidence. Call it image. Call it self-worth. We all have someone in our life that struggles with low self-esteem.
My friend John from the mental health non-profit, Heart Support joined me to teach us how we can communicate better with those around us who are struggling to feel like they’ve got what it takes. He breaks down a simple framework for identifying why someone is struggling, along with tactical steps and a live role-play of the hope THEY need to hear, in order to find healing.
Here is a SNEAK PEEK of what to expect:
Step 1: Listen – What makes most people suck at listening
Step 2: Learn – 3 questions to identify the real source of the low self-esteem, or the “core wound”
Step 3: Relate: How can you truly empathisize with the person struggling?
Step 4: Motivate – Make them believe what you believe about them.
I hope you get as much out of this convo that I did- my favorite one to date. Listen in 🙂
Heart support is a non-profit started by the lead singer of August Burns Red, Jake Luhrs. They provide an online community of peer support among other tools to help those struggling with depression, anxiety, addiction, suicidal thoughts, and more. Get help at Heartsupport.com
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