June 1, 2017
“God helps those who help themselves”
This common phrase is not actually a bible verse.
It is intended as a way of encouraging initiative, but often functions as a way of shaming instead.
The real truth…if you don’t speak up for yourself, who will?
No one understands your needs better than you do.
You are your own best advocate.
Asking for help should not be understood as a sign of weakness. It isn't.
Strong, capable people need help, just like everybody else.
Having initiative does not mean you have to be completely self-reliant. Giving and receiving are a normal part of every human experience.
Identifying and advocating for your needs is one way of taking the initiative for getting those needs met.
Choosing not to remain silent about what you need and want is a way of practicing self care. If you don't use your own voice to speak up for yourself...who
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ask for help
begin with the breath
burden of unrealized potential
chart a course
depression and anxiety
difficulties and disappointments
drive and determination
emotional well being
facing a problem
financial peace of mind
follow the breath
fulfillment and purpose
give yourself permission
god helps those who help themselves
heal what hurts
honor our needs
launch your business
leap for your dreams
living your life
meditation for challenging times
move the dial
notice what is happening inside
nurture your emotional health
observe the movements of the mind
revolutionary self care
right now it is like this
self care activity
self care practice
self care pyramid
set an intention
she who trim herself to suit everyone
sit with discomfort
sit with what is
sit with your discomfort
sitting with what is
speak up for yourself