Asking for help involves feeling vulnerable. And that’s okay. Photo via Pixabay, CC0 Creative Commons.
Perhaps you’ve come to realize that you’re not coping very well, whether that be that you’re finding it hard to get motivated enough to get out of bed in the morning or you don’t feel like being social with your friends anymore. Or, maybe you’re getting over-frustrated at work. These are all signs that you may need to get help.
Unfortunately, a lot of people find it very hard to get help because it means being vulnerable, and that’s a very scary thing to do. But it’s also a relief to allow those walls to come down that may have been up for so long – you’re not having to put on that brave face anymore, you can just feel and get help to understand what’s going on, and how you can get better.
There are many ways to try to cope and manage the way that you feel. Here are just a few examples.
Today’s guest post comes from Brittany at The Moving Mrs. Her blog has taught me a thing or two (or three) about moving, as well as offering organizational tips and style ideas for home. She kindly agreed to guest post for me and below is Brittany’s post. I find that her words in particular about her search for balance spoke to me. What part do you identify with?
If you run a team of associates or manage a group, you might consider what makes people like and trust you. For a personal trainer, public speaker or business coach, if your clients and employees don’t trust you and cannot connect with you on a personal level then you might lose sales. Whether you would like to motivate employees or bond better with your corporate clients and business partners, there are several bonding activities to implement to get closer to them and improve your relationship with individuals both within and outside of your organization. Find out more below.