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Hello and WELCOME to the MoM HAPPINESS challenge. We are giving YOU a 21 day happiness challenge for FREE, it’s on now but you can join us at anytime!

Our eighteenth daily challenge is ASK FOR HELP.

To view Day 17 click here.

We’ve teamed up with speaker, author and parenting expert, Debbie Rossi, to bring you MoM’s happiness challenge.

Remember our happiness challenge is for ALL women, so if you’re a mum, grandma, mum-to-be or not our daily challenge has something for you!

HERE IS DAY 18: ASK FOR HELP.

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  • A few very good points there! I’ve always had a problem with asking for help. I find it very hard to get it out if my head that just because I need help doesn’t mean I’m weak, useless or a failure. But I’m working on it!

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  • That’s interesting! Thanks for sharing this!

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  • wonderful

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  • I have such a hard time asking for help. Maybe I should explore the reason why it’s so hard for me to do so.

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  • been in their shoes? offer the help!

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  • I am getting better at this

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  • It is very hard for me to ask for help.

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  • These have been great to read a bit of fun too!

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  • I have always had a problem asking for help, don’t want to appear vulnerable i suppose.

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  • Shared this message yesterday Debbie-a brilliant message and challenge.

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  • I think the important part there is having the network of people around you that you can ask for help.

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  • I’m not ashamed to ask for help when I need it . Thanks for another great video clip Debbie.

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  • This is one of the hardest things to do – ask for help. But it is so easy to give help and to offer to help. I have friends who constantly ask me if I need help, but I never seem to be able to accept as I just don’t know how they can help. Will hope you share some thoughts on this dilemma too, Debbie. But this is being a great challenge.

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  • Asking for help is the hardest thing in the world to do yet we all know that we should

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  • Lke it

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