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Help: Not Your Average Four-Letter Word

YOGANONYMOUS by YOGANONYMOUS | March 16th, 2012 | No Comments
topic: Personal Growth, Relationships | tags: accept, acceptance, anxiety, gratitude, help, intentions, limiting beliefs, need, personal development, Personal Growth, Relationships, stress, trust, yoganonymous

YOGANONYMOUS Help Blog

by Rachel Wallmuller

I consider myself to be pretty independent, taking pride in all that I have because I’ve worked hard for it.

If you asked those closest to me, they would probably tell you I’m a little too headstrong, preferring to do things myself rather than seek help. I never really considered it like this, thinking instead that I am just successfully self-sufficient. However, in the past year or so, I’ve had to soften to the experience of seeking and accepting help. For the first time, I’m learning to lean on others more than makes me comfortable and to rest easy with accepting help.

Thinking that I’ve been doing a good job with this practice, I was shocked to feel genuine discomfort when I had to ask for help from my boyfriend recently. We’re moving in together, and we have a very solid relationship, so you’d think that asking for a little assistance would be a no-brainer…

Travel to Save the Sea Turtles

Wendy Worrall Redal by Wendy Worrall Redal | July 12th, 2010 | 1 Comment
topic: Eco Travel, Giving Back, Green Living | tags: eco vacations, eco-travel destinations, Gulf of Mexico, help, oil spill, save, sea turles

Sea Turtle

Treasured creatures of the sea

Last year when I was in the Galapagos, one of the highlights of this extraordinary wildlife adventure was a chance to snorkel with Pacific green sea turtles.

They are exquisitely graceful creatures, flapping gently beneath the waves in search of food, their wizened faces close enough at times to touch — although we didn’t, of course.