Asking for help is a gift. It is a gift you are giving to the folks you are asking for help from. It is a gift you give yourself.
It's scary to ask for help sometimes. But when you realize that what you need is something that folks can provide you, it is a gift to ask them for help. People love you so much! People recognize the power and magic that you embody. When you ask for help, people respond. People feel seen, appreciated, honored that you have seen in them something that can help support and build you up.
Asking for help is a gift you give yourself too. When you realize you can't do it all, you can't always get it right, you will grow and evolve through what you learn and unlearn, that is a gift. Realizing when you need help and how to ask for it is the gift you give yourself too. It is not a sign of weakness. It is a sign of strength and being reflexive and astute.
Sometimes it is difficult to view help as a gift; especially when you are the one asking for help. But you know how good and accomplished and needed you feel when folks ask you for help, or when you can help. That's an amazing feeling and that's the type of vibe and energy the community you want to be in can thrive on.
Let the shame, embarrassment, feelings of failure and fault release from your thoughts. I know it's a challenge, but overcoming that shame and challenge will lead to greater gifts and more solidarity than you ever believed was available! Help comes in many forms, don't limit your ideas of what that may look like for you at any time. Stay open to how it manifests and comes your way.
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