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Why Not Seek Help? Unleash Your Strength Today

Naseha, a healing coach with a Master's in NLP, TimeLine Therapy certification, silva practitioner and a background as an ex-airforce officer, adeptly guides clients to inner peace.

Executive Contributor Naseha Shaban

Have you ever wondered why seeking help is often seen as a weakness? As a healing coach, helping women overcome stress and anxiety, I've come to realize that seeking help isn't a sign of weakness; it's actually a bold display of bravery and strength. It’s the first step to becoming the awesome person you're meant to be. It’s like lifting a weight off your shoulders. In this article, we'll discover the power of asking for support and how it truly reflects the inner resilience and courage within each of us.

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Let's get real

We all know, life isn't always a walk in the park. It can throw some pretty tough stuff our way. Pretending like we've got it all together? That's just exhausting! So why not give ourselves a break and be real about the fact that sometimes, we need a little help? It's totally okay, and it might just make our journey a whole lot easier!

Two heads are better than one

It totally makes sense, doesn't it? Imagine having a buddy to brainstorm with. It's like having two super brains instead of just one! When we team up and share our thoughts, we can come up with way better ideas. It's an acknowledgment that someone else may have insights, experiences, or expertise that can offer valuable guidance So, let's give it a try and see how much we can achieve together!

Strength in numbers

Imagine this: you're stuck on a desert island. Would you rather be all alone or have a bunch of buddies by your side? I think the answer's pretty clear! When we stick together, we're not just stronger, but we're also happier. Plus, let's be real, life's just way more exciting with friends around! So, let's team up and make every moment count. You're absolutely capable of making it happen, together.

No shame in the vulnerability game

The moment we need help means really knowing our inner self and being okay with being vulnerable. It's not easy, but it's so important. We've all got limits, and it takes guts to say, "I can't do this alone.” It’s not a weakness, in fact, it's super brave. When we admit our weaknesses, we're actually opening doors to getting stronger and feeling better. You might be surprised at how much better you'll feel when you share what's on your mind. It's like a breath of fresh air, really it is.

Ready, set, grow

Here's the thing: life's all about growth. And the best way to grow? Life is this big adventure where we're constantly growing and learning. And the coolest part is, we grow the most when we grab onto every opportunity that comes our way. So why not take a chance and ask for a helping hand? It's like setting off on a thrilling journey filled with endless possibilities.

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Seeking help isn't about admitting defeat. It’s like discovering our superpower. So, let's shake off those old doubts, tap into your strength, and step into a brighter, happier future, who knows where it might lead you. Trust me, you're absolutely capable of making it happen.

Ready to embrace your strength and start your journey towards a happier, more fulfilled life. Don't hesitate, take that first step today. Reach out to someone you trust, whether it's a friend, family member, or professional. Remember, you're never alone on this journey to greatness.


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Naseha Shaban, Healing Coach, Timeline Therapist

Naseha, a former air traffic controller in the Pakistan Air Force, transitioned into motherhood before rekindling her passion for learning. She achieved mastery in NLP and became a Timeline Therapist and a Silva Practitioner. Engaging in social work for special kids with the Pakistan Association Dubai, she now empowers clients as a healing coach, guiding them towards inner peace.



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