I reach out for help when I need it.
I understand that two minds work better than one. I can find solutions with others.
I let go of internal resistance to asking for help and trust I can receive the information I need through asking.
I seek help when I need it instead of waiting until the problem becomes overwhelming. I call a friend, family member, mentor, or expert.
I let go of the urge to try and fix things alone and acknowledge that some tasks require learning something new or outside help. I focus on learning rather than fixing.
I take a step back from situations and learn to watch and listen instead of jumping in headfirst. This process starts by taking care of myself and my needs first.
When faced with a complex task or challenging time in life, I take breaks to rest and give myself time to regroup and recharge. Then, I keep moving forward.
I speak honestly to gain information and insight. If I feel overwhelmed, I tell myself I am okay, and I know that I can get through it. I can handle it!
There are times when I feel as though I might faint, which is an emotional reaction to a physical challenge, but I can still rely on myself to stay calm, cool, collected, and carry on regardless.
Today, I reach out and seek help when I need it. I enjoy learning and gaining insight and fresh perspectives into my challenges. I trust myself to handle any situation.
1. Why is it important to reach out for help?
2. What would happen if I stopped asking for help?
3. Who can I ask when I am feeling overwhelmed?