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Tough Times call for empathy. Kelsey Crowe knows tough times and now teaches empathy. Listen to this podcast interview as she helps me with my own daughter’s “Coming Out”, the Do’s and Don’ts. Ever feel like by reaching out you might make things worse? Or not be helpful at all? Kelsey has answers to all of your concerns that you can master today, for free, in three easy steps to put into play immediately. If you have a loved one going through a hard time, a break-up, loss, terminal illness, coming out, infertility, job loss, or the challenging times of parenthood, this interview and her website, helpeachotherout.com is the right place to be. Learn it, try it out, and let us know how it went by posting on my Facebook page, Lauri’s Lemonade Stand. This is real life, folks…own it, then do something productive about it.
Help Each Other Out is a growing collective of people embracing the idea that being there for others is often easier than we think, it can be learned, and that it matters.
Through social science research, storytelling, and art, Help Each Other Out is working to make our society a more caring place. Their Empathy Bootcamp workshops along with Kelsey’s book and talks give people the skills to be supportive in all types of relationships and difficult times, while their interactive public art campaigns give people the inspiration to try.
Kelsey Crowe, PhD is the founder of Help Each Other Out and is co-author of There Is No Good Card for This. She has her PhD from the University of California, Berkeley and teaches social work at California State University. She hopes for a day when no one has to suffer a personal trial alone because the people around them just didn’t know what to do or say.