Are you good at asking for help?

By Eilat Aviram

Recently I found myself needing help but I didn’t know who to ask or what exactly to say to get the help I needed.

So I tried to ask but then I wasn’t sure how to receive the help and it became so complicated that I just tried to do it myself and it all fell apart!

Now I’m wondering,

“How good am I at asking for help?
And when I’m offered it, do I receive it?”

Because it’s really self-loving to let yourself receive the help you need.

Know what I mean?

Those of you who tried to get hold of me or download free stuff from my website lately will know that my website crashed.

It was down for three whole weeks!

So first I had the whole tech disaster when so many of you struggled to access the free training videos and then my tech sort of teetered and wobbled and finally fell with a crash.

And I didn’t know how to get help.

I did ask but I didn’t really get what I needed so I soldiered on feeling more and more overwhelmed, more and more powerless…

I expressed my distress (you notice I wrote this in bold, yes? Because juuuust in case you missed this,I asked for help until I got it) and a trusted friend showed me a solution.

Now my website is back up and I’m going to be getting the help I need.

My relief is immense.

Asking for help and letting yourself receive help is an important way to love yourself.

Don’t put off asking for help, ok?

If you want something or you need something ask.

And then let yourself receive.

And trust yourself to cope with whatever the outcome is.

Look I’m going to model it now.

“I’d like to ask for your help.

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Thank you for helping me.

See that wasn’t so bad? Now you try it.

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With love and light

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Eilat Aviram is a Daring-Decisions Teacher.

She's worked with people for 25 years as a clinical psychologist, hypnotherapist, best-selling author, speaker and energy-healing teacher and she is passionate about helping people dare to love themselves in their moments of decision and find the courage to live their truth.

Eilat Aviram