Ask for Help, Maybe Cry Once More

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We all need help every so often. Sometimes I wait too long before asking for help. I think I can do it all on my own. Maybe my ego gets in my way.

If I get emotional, I allow myself 15 PITY-PARTY minutes. 

Fifteen minutes is ample time to feel bad, whine, pout, cry, blow nose, wash face, breathe, take responsibility for everything, and remind myself… it’s not the end of the world.

Owning everything helps me move past potential denial, fault-finding, blaming and complaining.

Asking for help alleviates feeling overwhelmed (like I am in this pic):

– Talk with someone trustworthy.
– Narrow down options.
– Accept limited powers to fix other people and their problems.
– Maybe have one more good cry.
– Stay optimistic.
– Don’t get frustrated if the person you ask for help is no help at all.

Getting help is a sign of strength, not weakness.

Regardless of your circumstances, life can get overwhelming and we all need help every once in a while.

If you’re carrying more than you can handle, try letting something go.

The world is a better place with less stressed out people. Thanks for reading.

I’d be honored if you share this article with a friend or two.

 Learn how to maintain a healthy state of mind.

The documentary, Man on Wire, provides an exceptional example of a man who could not accomplish his goal alone. He asked for help in both the planning and execution of a goal. time and money

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Gracias mi amigos.
Yours in love and dance, Laurie

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