When someone you love is struggling, it’s easy to make the mistake of sending too much help too quickly.
Your commotion, though with good intention, is likely causing more waves and people don’t need more waves when they’re drowning.
They need your steady, reliable touch, so they can get back into their body and actually see the waves, size them up, catch a glimpse of the beach between swells.
There will be plenty of time later for all your great ideas.
But first, the touch.