I Support My Friends and Community Sunday Reflection

Dave Stevens

My goal is to help you to become stronger, more flexible and pain free while moving and living with ease. 50 years of sports related injuries left me virtually crippled. The discovery of Ki-Hara "Resistance Stret...
I support my friends and community

I help my friends and support them in everything. I listen to their ideas, extend suggestions, and show up at their events. I give advice and offer help. I am their rock during difficult times. Our friendship is strong. 

I am a reliable friend. My friends can always count on me to be there for them, whether they're celebrating good times or trying to make it through troubles.

I notice the rough patches my friends experience. I reach out to them to help and make them a priority. 

I listen to my friends without judgment or criticism. 

I understand their experiences are unique, so my opinions are secondary. I see their anxiety, sadness, and stress. I make them feel better and give good advice. 

My friends and I know that we can talk about anything together. 

I am approachable and eager to listen. I ensure my friends know I am here for them at all times. I support them through relationships, work, and family challenges. I find the time to be with them. 

I help my friends recover their joy and courage.

When things are going well for my friends, I am there for them. I am the first to congratulate them on a promotion or new baby. I remember their birthdays and other special days. 

Today, I support my friends in everything they do. I stand by them as they face obstacles and help them rejoice when times are good.

Self-Reflection Questions:

1. How can I more fully support my friends?
2. Do all my friends deserve my support? Why or why not?
3. What can I do to show my support when I am busy?