Linda Mtoba discusses how to ask for and receive help. Mtoba is learning to be vulnerable and to seek assistance when she requires it.
Mtoba, an actress, has spoken up about her challenges with allowing others to offer her emotional support.
It’s not easy to be emotionally vulnerable and let people in, and the actress admitted that it’s been a struggle for her for a long time.
She admitted that it has been difficult for her to let people in and allow them to be there for her, despite the fact that she has always offered her loved ones a shoulder to weep on.
She used Twitter to inform her fans that she was unlearning that way of life.
“I have a minor problem with constantly wanting to be there for people, to help them with whatever they’re going through.
But it’s very difficult for me to let people help me, especially when it comes to emotional support.”
Even when she is going through a terrible period, the River actress claimed she rarely puts herself first. She claims to have prioritized other people’s difficulties over her own.
Keeping her emotions to herself
“I could have an emotional breakdown yet be ‘OK’ for other people because I believe their problems are worse than mine and they require more of my attention.”
When it comes to dealing with the issue of putting others first, the actress claimed she was working on herself and gaining a new perspective.
“I’m gradually improving myself and allowing others to support me. It’s impossible for me to be strong all of the time. Allowing and giving myself space to break, recover, and let others who love me help me through it is essential.”
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