Hey, my friends. Welcome back to Let’s Encourage One Another.
I don’t know about you, but I always get a little anxious when visiting someone who is sick, especially when they aren’t a close family member. Am I interrupting them? Are they truly up for visitors or are they just saying that? How can I help?
This week, I have a special treat for you as I join BriAnne Bell, a registered nurse with experience working in the ER, and we have a conversation regarding encouragement and care in a health setting.
Topics flow from tips for nurses to connect with their patients while caring for them and how to prevent burnout, to how to visit your loved one in the hospital, including knowing both their preferences for your visit and acknowledging what you yourself can handle. We also talk about partnering with a nurse to care for your friend and turning to a nurse for help processing emotions during difficult times.
This is a shared podcast episode, so BriAnne and I are both sharing this conversation on our podcasts. If you are a nurse or are friends with one, I invite you to check out BriAnne’s podcast, the Passive Income Nurse. And… know how much we appreciate you and what you do. You nurses provide such care for our loved ones. We can’t express our thanks enough. Okay, so let’s dive into this episode with BriAnne.
BriAnne Bell—Registered Nurse, Health, Wellness and Passive Income advocate. Host of The Passive Income Nurse Podcast—the podcast for faith-led nurses & healthcare professionals who are looking to grow outside of the hospital walls, get creative & make some money online! On her podcast she walks nurses and other healthcare professionals through different ways to make money in the online world so they can TAKE CONTROL OF THEIR SCHEDULES & THEIR LIFE, LIVE HEALTHY & STAY PASSIONATE.
CONNECT WITH BRIANNE:
Friend, I’d love to encourage you as you encourage others. Here are two ways to get started:
1. SHOP ENCOURAGEMENT + SYMPATHY GIFTS
These are prayerfully-crafted gifts you can share with those you love as tangible expressions of care. Let your friend know she is not alone.
2. SCHEDULE A SPIRITUAL DIRECTION DISCERNMENT CALL
Interested in spiritual direction? Schedule a complimentary Discernment Call where we’ll talk about what’s weighing on your heart and identify next steps you can take to discern God’s direction.