3 Myths I don’t believe

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Neither should you.

1. Reach out if you need anything.

We say this to friends, family, and co-workers when we want to appear to be offering help or assistance. Our intentions are pure and compassionate.

The problem comes down to the person being offered the potential assistance must ask for it, and asking for it is just what they won't.

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