Getting help - First considerations

By: Tom Cloyd - 0 min. read (Published: 2019-03-17; reviewed: 2024-03-31 Pacific Time (USA))

“Help” for you could be any of a number of different things: a new idea, a change of feeling, a new way of dealing with a problem, or connection with a supportive person or an expert.

The hope is always to resolve a problem or reduce its effect on you.

First, consider: - Is it a crisis or a problem? How to find out

Then consider: do you need short-term or long-term help? Are you seeking merely help with symptoms, or actual permanent healing? Knowing what you are seeking is critical to success.

Second, consider: the two sources of help:

1. Self-help

2. Help from other people

Please see: Help from other people


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