How to Ask For Help [Episode 96]

February 18

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Today we are talking about how to ask for help and some of the principles about why and assurance that it’s okay to ask for help! We all need it.


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Key Points from this Episode:

  • Asking for help can be hard, and that’s okay!
  • Helping others feels wonderful, so remember it’s okay to be on both sides of the helping. If we love helping others, it can be a huge blessing to others to let them help us.
  • The bar for getting help and asking for help is way, way, WAY lower than we think it is.
  • Interdependence helps lift everyone involved way farther than independence can.
  • Allowing the interdependent relationships to develop allows everyone to get help even when things aren’t in pure survival, but even have help with the lesser, but still hard times.
  • We have to fight that lie that independence is the end-all be-all. Especially in motherhood.
  • Sometimes we have to be brave and ask for help so we can start cracking down our walls of independence and open the door for them to feel comfortable asking for help from you.
  • In some times of your life, there will be not be as much give and take and you will just need to be served. Know that in another season, you will get to serve when you are capable.
  • When you need A LOT of help, ask a lot of different people so you don’t strain friendships. It’s scary to ask more people, but spread it around when the help that is needed is ongoing.
  • Be specific with what you need help with.
  • Notice what lifts you up and practice doing that more in your daily life.

Resources

Thriving in Motherhood Podcast Episode 5 with Chelsea Homer

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