In my last post, I listed many things you need to know to face cancer with confidence, and here’s the most important way to get those answers: Ask.
Sounds simple, right?
However, many people don’t ask because of fear: fear of rejection; fear of what they might hear; fear of embarrassment.
Any of this sound familiar?
Many people think: “I’ll wait till I feel stronger, and then I’ll ask,” or “I don’t want to bother my doctor.”
You don’t have time for that nonsense. You need help—so ask for it!
Confidence grows from doing, not waiting. It comes from going against what your anxiety dictates—like avoiding asking.
You’re actually rejecting yourself when you don’t ask, mainly because you don’t think you’re worth it.
So, start asking. Start getting answers.
Start believing you’re worth it. You are!
To your health and healing,
Copyright 2016 Michelle Kerrigan
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