For years I believed that seeking to please people was kind and loving. I was shocked to find out that my efforts to do so often had a selfish motive.
Would you say that you are easy or difficult to care for?
Here are three questions to help determine if you are making it difficult for others to care for you.
The safeguard for being more “known” is being more known.
Are you living “Lone Ranger” life or choosing to not fight alone?
Have some fun and test your “Ranger-ness”.
Would you rather struggle and possibly fail alone or get help and succeed?
Many times no one knows we had a struggle until it is over or too late. Fighting alone is waiting to fail, getting help ensures success.
How amazing is it that when I am in relationship being supported and supporting others, my brain tells me everything is OK. When I am disconnected and doing life alone, my brain tells me I am not OK and something is wrong.