Asking for Help is a Sign of Strength


If you are a high achiever, you are someone who certainly has a lot to give and to offer the world. But that can often mean, in turn, that you also have a hard time accepting help, much less asking for it in the first place. Maybe you can identify with how uncomfortable it feels to even think about asking for help when you’re used to doing everything on your own. It’s interesting, because odds are good that you’re usually the first one to offer help to people you care about. But that is a huge part of what makes it hard for you to reach out and ask for help in the first place. You might be wondering what it is that makes it so difficult for you to ask others to help you. Everyone’s reasons are different, but they all have similar patterns.

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