The benefits of asking for help

Andrea Bendewald, Actor & Mom, shares advice for parents on the importance and benefits of being willing to ask for help when you feel overwhelmed
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The benefits of asking for help

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Since I've had kids, I've really had to learn how to ask for help. It is not in my nature. It's in my nature to figure everything out on my own and do it myself. I've learned that, not only does it help me when I ask other people -- like friends or family, even neighbors -- I realized that it opens up my children's world to having other experiences and having other adult influences in their life. It's benefited me as a mom, benefited my kids, really, my whole family; to ask for help.

Andrea Bendewald, Actor & Mom, shares advice for parents on the importance and benefits of being willing to ask for help when you feel overwhelmed

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Andrea Bendewald

Actor & Mom

Andréa Bendewald is an actress who has worked in television, movies and theatre for the past 15 years. Some of her credits include, Last Man Standing, Without a Trace, The Game, According to Jim, Two and Half Men, House, Entourage, CSI Miami, Center of the Universe, Men Behaving Badly, That '70s Show, Providence, Ellen, Friends, Seinfeld and Employee of the Month.

In addition to her acting career Andréa, is founder of MyEnchantedCircle.com where she brings the power of celebration to Angelenos by creating sacred ceremonies and facilitating transformational circles.  She is happily married to actor/writer, Mitch Rouse, and is a proud mother to their two beautiful children, Tennessee Louise and Strummer James.  

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