First, it's important to recognize that resilience is not an infinite source of strength. Although we may be able to cope with certain issues on our own, there are times when the problem is too big for us to solve alone. We may feel like we can handle it, but eventually the burden will become too much to bear and we'll need help.
Second, there's strength in numbers. When we reach out to others for help, we can access a larger pool of resources and support. We can also draw strength from the camaraderie of those going through a similar situation. It's been proven time and again that when people come together in the face of adversity, they're more likely to come out of it unscathed.
Third, seeking help is more productive than trying to go it alone. When we reach out for assistance, we're more likely to find effective solutions to our problems. We're also more likely to find people who are willing to listen and provide insight. This can be invaluable in times of crisis.