Are you too proud to yield when you have to,or ask for what you want in life?
About 90% of the time I'm too proud to yield because I believe if I can't do it myself I shouldn't get the reward but there are times that I am forced into submission and ask for help.
No. When I see something I am blunt and to the point about pursuing it.
well.....most times i am and i have lost sooo much because of that....changes will be the smartest thing to do......but the hardest thing to do.....because of pride
No. I do not find myself being too proud when the situation requires me to ask.
I always learn in life that there are ups and downs, when you do require help in life, all it needs is to ask as being proud will get you no where. When you need help, just ask and you shall receive.
Yielding is not a problem, as long as it does not involve dismissing my value systems. Asking for my due, my needs, my desires has been more difficult. I had not made the connection to pride before.
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