GREENWICH — When the Rev. Heather Wright’s husband was in Stamford Hospital with a stroke, she could have given in to the anxiety, but that would not have been helpful.
She knew that looking differently at the stress, and being fully aware of what she was going through would be more constructive.
“I could just sit there and say, ‘This is scary and it’s frightening. (But) what do I know today? And what is it that I’m responsible for?’” Wright said last week in her office at the Greenwich Center for Hope and Renewal, 237 Taconic Road, where she is the executive director. “And that really helps ground people, to be able to stay present in the middle of the suffering.”