Do Lunch: A great way to show up for this person in your life is showing you care through small acts of love. One idea we advise is picking them up some lunch. It sounds simple but drop them a message if you are near their office or home: Hey I am in the area, if you’re not too busy I was going to pick up some lunch and bring it to you... Be mindful this person might not love surprises so don’t act before they have given you the green light, but even the gesture itself will make them feel seen and appreciated.
Take them out: Often this type of person will go out of their way to make sure the collective is happy and this can mean them attending events or heading to places that aren’t necessarily their style. Make sure to pay attention to the environments this friend thrives in: they might hate the club but enjoy a walk around a gallery and a low-key meal afterward, they might be a big fan of the pub or love a long walk. Pay close attention to the environments that make them feel their best selves and remember to make sure that what you and your inner circle do with your time together is inclusive of everyone. Plan it out and then let your friend know by telling them you recgonised they loved X the last time you visited.
Celebrate the wins: In some ways, this type of person might find it quite hard to celebrate the wins sometimes. Often achievements are something they keep quite close to their chest but we all know when a friend celebrates you it means the world. This could be due to imposter syndrome, introversion, or simply a character trait, but knowing your friends are proud and celebrating your achievements is huge. Approach this in a few ways: even a bunch of flowers on the way to someone's house or an IG post celebrating that person in your life means so much and could be the push that person needs to revel in their success.