Are you the one who feels better helping other people? Sure, it is great to see someone becoming happier and know that you are the one who made it. But have you ever paid attention to the safety instructions on an airplane? One of the rules tells us to put the mask first on ourselves, then assist the child next to us.
Whether it’s your time, energy, or resources, help within your means. Stop if assisting someone else is overtaxing your time, energy, or resources. Even if you agreed to do something, if the cost becomes too great, whether that’s financial or emotional, you can back out or adjust how much you can help. If you are harming yourself, that is not helping. The goal is to provide help or support without draining your reserves. Otherwise, you won’t be able to help. Do you agree?
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Sources: Everyday Health