6.Ask in the face of discomfort. - Deepstash
6.Ask in the face of discomfort.

6.Ask in the face of discomfort.

As you ask for help, pay attention to any feelings of fear, anxiety, or humiliation that occur. Make a list of your feelings, muster your bravery, and ask anyhow.


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