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Critical Crisis Management to Make You a Better Friend

Three Strategies

written by Kathryn Sandford December 26, 2019
Critical Crisis Management to Make You a Better Friend

RD&T’s contributing writer, Kathryn Sandford, shares three powerful strategies to help your friends when they are in crisis. 

Life throws us curveballs without any warning. Some curveballs come from nowhere and some send us signals that they are coming, but we choose, for whatever reason, to ignore the signs.

Nobody is immune to life’s curveballs. We live in a world where, as a result of technology, we are exposed to natural disasters, terrorism, disruption, change and adversity on a daily basis.

The good news is that despite all the disruption, change and adversity that we face in our lives, we are hardwired to be resilient. The ability of how well we as an individual successfully deal with crises and adversity is significantly influenced by our social surroundings.

Friendship and the Journey to Recovery

So what does this all have to do with friendship? A huge amount, because without the support of our friends and family in times of crises, our journey to recovery is virtually non existent.

Friends show their love in times of trouble, not in happiness. — Euripides

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