Don’t Need to Fear a Hand for Help

A while ago, I discovered a song “Where I Belong” by Ryan Ross. You can listen to it in soundcloud. I also find fan-made lyrics video in YouTube (turn on the subtitle).

If you read the YouTube comments, you will see that many of them talk about the line, “I know I should’ve never left.” They think that perhaps he regrets leaving Panic! At The Disco and they get “feels” from that line. I admit, at first I also got “feels” from it.

However, as I listen to the song over, I got hit by the line “Don’t need to fear a hand for help.” Damn it, Ryan Ross.

That one line reminds me of myself. Many times I find myself in big problem and I don’t ask for help. I usually think, “It’s not a big deal. I’m fine. I can solve it.” When I finally can’t solve it, and the problem reaches crisis, that’s when I ask for help. Often I get asked, “Why didn’t you just tell me earlier?” Difficult question. I can’t answer that. I really don’t have valid reason about why I don’t ask for help earlier. Maybe it’s because I’m emotionally reserved, or I’m secretly afraid of something wrong that might happen if I ask for help. Maybe I just can’t trust people easily. 

Well, I guess I need to gather courage to ask for help with some unsolved problems because, as Ryan Ross said, “This war ain’t gonna fix itself.” 


3 thoughts on “Don’t Need to Fear a Hand for Help

  1. Love this!!! I’m the exact same way. I don’t ask for help until its too late or it got to the point where it’s really hard to put the pieces back together. I honestly think it has to do with the amount of pride we have… Asking for help crushes our pride (at least for me it does)

    • Oh, I know how that feel. The fear of crushing our pride. I forget to include this in the post, though.
      Maybe we need to open up a bit more before it’s too late.

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