I really enjoyed your interview with Kate Braestrap. I have dealt with a terrible loss of my own, and having someone try to shove their religious beliefs on me would have been aweful. I think that it's great that Kate doesn't do that. It seems like she approaches each situation differently depending on the environment that she walks in to. It doesn't suprise me that she has had success in her life because of how she can not only relate to the grief that people go through, but also that she can approach a situation like she mentioned with the ice skater. She was told right off that the widow didn't like cops or religion, and instead of pushing the subject, Kate saw that the women had the support that she currently needed. I think that if she would have pushed further, she would have made things worse. It takes a wise person to know when to push, and when to back off.
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