Asking for help? Are you kidding me? Do you think I can’t handle it? I’m more than self-sufficient. When we encourage people to ask for help, most of them find it extremely difficult to make themselves accustomed to the idea of seeking help. There is this wide misconception within each and every one of us that if we ask for help from someone, it means we are incompetent or less in some way. There is other set of people who do not want to ask for help because they don’t want to bother anyone. What everybody fails to understand is it is completely alright and normal to ask for a helping hand when you are in a situation where you cannot sort an issue out on your own. Do you know, when you are asking for support and help you are taking a step towards selfcare.
Selfcare- Asking for Help
But let us make one point very clear, why it is good and healthy to seek help whenever you are in need. When you ask people to help you, you will be surrounded by people. You get an opportunity to interact with people and you get a plethora of human connections for you in this isolated and technologically induced world. Also, when you are surrounded by people who are willing to help you, you will be surrounded by positive vibration and impact. This will ultimately help you in facing even the most challenging situation with utmost ease and confidence. And that leads to tremendous resilience.
Asking for help can be really hard but when you overburden yourself with too much work or stress your physical and mental health tend to get a toll. Taking care of your health is very important and at least to balance your health, you should ask for help. If you’re a mom, doing every single household chore and taking care of the kids and family all by your own might indeed seem like a super-power but you too need rest as well. So, the next time, do open up and ask for help because there isn’t anything wrong with asking for help. Only when you ask for it, you shall get it.
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