What to tell someone who keeps failing?
Let them vent. That’s okay! Listen quietly, letting them get all of their emotions out about the failure. Ask them to tell you how they feel, and let them talk as long as they need to. You can say something like “Tell me how you’re feeling about it. I’m here to listen as long as you need me.”
How do you encourage someone who keeps failing?
Providing Encouragment To A Student Who Has Failed An Exam
- Remind the student that he/she is only human.
- Try to focus his/her attention on the importance of perseverance.
- Do not mock the person or make insensitive comments.
- Help out the person.
- Point them towards resources that can help them get back on the right track.
How do you comfort someone who thinks they are a failure?
Give them a chance and then give them support. You say: I want to let them know that it’s really not a big deal and I genuinely still think they’re great, capable people. I think you should focus, instead, on giving them a willing ear and telling them that they’re great, capable people.
How do you help someone dealing with failure?
Ways to Manage Failure
- Recognise and accept your emotions. Failure hurts, at least in the first instance, and you need to accept that.
- Don’t make it personal.
- Don’t worry what anyone else will think.
- Take the right amount of responsibility.
- Use failure as a way to improve.
How do you comfort someone who feels like a disappointment?
5 ways to deal with disappointment
- Let it out. Whether it’s disappointment or anger, you need to feel it and let it out.
- Get perspective. Communication with friends and family about your disappointing situation can help bring some much-needed clarity.
- Know your own heart.
- Practice self-acceptance.
- Don’t let it fester.