April 11, 2023 | Susan Napier-Sewell

What does a bad day look like? Calling for help

who can you depend on?

If you have had a situation which found you calling for help, you knew who to call, who you could depend on.

Calling for help is often not easy because it implies you are saying something along the lines of, “Hey, I cannot handle this specific situation on my own.” It’s humbling. Yet, no one is 24/7 independent, absolutely autonomous.

Whether it’s an accident, a decision that involves other people, a major change of life, or it can even be good news that you need help in breaking to others — calling for help is instigated by you, most of the time.

Just because you are calling for help doesn’t mean you are helpless. It says that you are wise enough to know to reach out to the best source of information, resolution, next move to make.

Photo content/source: Image by Tumisu from Pixabay.

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What Does a Bad Day Look Like?
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