Tiny Zebra Notes | Ask for help
Here’s today’s Instagram post from #TinyZebraNotes
If you’re like me, the phrase ‘ask for help’ may either make your skin crawl, your mouth smirk or your eyes roll. Seriously? You think asking someone to help will make things better? YES! I’ve been testing out this theory more often this year, tagging in my partner when I’m tired of wrestling with myself. I have difficulty staying focused, seeing my symptoms for what they may or may not be and making a plan of action. That’s when a supportive person can be extremely helpful- they may organize differently, be able to connect those blurry dots and validate your feelings and experiences. And while each new or worsening symptom is important to address, your body and intuition can guide both your caregiver/support system and you to begin the process of identifying needs and addressing them in a logical way.
*Disclaimer seems appropriate here: Always check in with your health team to seek medical advice; this post is meant to inspire you to find support and should not be taken as professional, medical advice. 🤓