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www.psychologytoday.com/blog/turning-straw-gold/201106/how-ask-help

Jun 16, 2011 ... Many of us don't like to ask for help. We may have been taught that it's a sign of weakness, so we cling to the notion, "I can do everything myself ...

www.psychologytoday.com/blog/in-practice/201610/7-effective-ways-ask-help-and-get-it

Oct 31, 2016 ... Smart strategies for making help requests. ... 7 Effective Ways to Ask for Help ( and Get It). 1. Make it clear that you've already tried to help ...

www.quickanddirtytips.com/health-fitness/mental-health/how-to-ask-for-help

Apr 1, 2016 ... Asking for help seems simple enough, but if you've ever needed a hand, you know how hard it can be. Clinical psychologist Dr. Ellen ...

www.wikihow.com/Ask-for-Help

Make a list of what you need. It's normal to feel overwhelmed in general and just want some help. However, you'll be better prepared to ask for help if you can ...

www.forbes.com/sites/margiewarrell/2015/03/24/asking-for-help-is-a-sign-of-strength-not-weakness

Mar 24, 2015 ... We can all do so much more together than we ever can alone. Too often though we 'tough it out' rather than reaching out to ask for help when ...

hbr.org/2014/12/5-ways-to-get-better-at-asking-for-help

Dec 18, 2014 ... Why? First, asking for help is often perceived as a sign of weakness or ignorance, implying that someone can't get their work done on their own.

www.huffingtonpost.com/mike-robbins/asking-for-help-ok_b_814796.html

Jan 29, 2011 ... How do you feel about asking other people for help? I've noticed that many of us, myself included, get a little funny about requesting support.

www.inc.com/amy-morin/why-asking-for-help-is-a-sign-of-strength-not-weakness.html

May 2, 2017 ... It's also likely that we've refused to ask for help when we could have really used it because we didn't want to appear weak. But asking for ...

www.ted.com/talks/michele_l_sullivan_asking_for_help_is_a_strength_not_a_weakness

Mar 21, 2017 ... We all go through challenges -- some you can see, most you can't, says Michele L. Sullivan. In a talk about perspective, Sullivan shares stories ...