ACT 3. REACH OUT FOR HELP
Being honest and identifying resources are the first two acts in healing. The third is reaching out for help. Our honesty accompanied by information about where, how, and who can help remains still unless we reach out for the help of others. Reaching out for help is an act that brings our need for help to everyone’s attention. It announces to the members of the healing community that we have arrived and are prepared to be accompanied on the path to healing.
Contrary to the popular proverb, misery does not like company—it thrives in isolation, beyond the scrutiny and intervention of others. Reaching out for help can be challenging. We may feel shame. The idea of revealing our deepest secrets often is humiliating, for we fear the other’s condemnation and criticism. Once we have overcome our fears by tapping in our courage and strength, we can enter the community of healing. In the community of healing, exists the company, support, and encouragement of a multitude of healers. Reaching out for help is the knock at the community’s door, letting them know we have arrived.
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