I find joy in assisting others. Whenever someone seeks advice or opinion, or expresses their needs, I want to readily offer my support. However, before extending a helping hand, I often ponder a crucial question: How can I assist? The most valuable aid I can provide is empowering individuals to help themselves. When it comes to working with children above 10, this constitutes the majority of my efforts—around 90%. With clients, it comprises about 10% of my work. As for relationships, it plays a significant role, accounting for nearly 50% of my endeavors. The best “help” is help that is tailored to provide assistance that is truly meaningful and beneficial not just serving our ego or fanning our power.