How To Accept Help

We all go through many challenges in our lifetime. Some we can see, most we can’t. It’s not obvious when someone’s dealing with a mental illness, caring for an aging parent, or having financial difficulty. It’s important that we all have a support system.

Asking for help is a strength, not a weakness. Accepting help from someone can be as dif cult if not more than asking. People often offer help by saying, “let me know if there is anything I can do.” Friends and relatives aren’t mind readers. Tell them what you need.

WHEN PEOPLE OFFER TO HELP:
■ Assume they are sincere.
■ Take them up on their offer by giving them a speci c task to do.

Remember that reciprocity is a door that swings both ways. Giving and taking are essential for a supportive culture.

“Nobody made a greater MISTAKE than he who did NOTHINGbecausehecouldonlydoalittle.” -EdmundBurke

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