Pass along the comfort you receive. You lost someone you love, God comforted you, and now you can help people who are going through it now. You went through a divorce, God comforted you, and now you can comfort someone going their own relational crisis. You struggled with an eating disorder, or depression, or anxiety in the past, now you can help those struggling today. Whatever God has brought you through uniquely qualifies you to help others going through the same thing. You may not feel qualified to give advice, but guess what? People don’t want advice—they want someone who understands. People are not looking for heroes—they are looking for equals. You know what the most powerful words you can say to someone who needs help? It’s “me too.” I know how you feel. I know what you are going through. I have been there myself. You don’t need to give them hope, you are the hope.