^This is unmitigated bullshit.^
When you analyze this, the only person who would make such an argument is a bully at heart, or at the very least siding with the bully mentality.
Of course they want to make people feel ashamed for asking for help when bullied -- an isolated "go it alone" victim is much easier to bully.
They are the cowards. Truly brave people will face off against numerically superior opposition. A bully won't.
A bully can't.
Why do you think the Ku Klux Klan and other white supremacists did everything they could to disrupt Martin Luther King Jr.'s organizing attempts?
Because they knew they could not face organized opposition!
John Wayne and the director Howard Hawks despised the movie High Noon for its "go it alone" attitude. It's about a town that abandons its sheriff rather than face down a murderous gang.
Wayne and Hawks made Rio Bravo in response, a movie where the sheriff keeps telling people not to get involved because it's dangerous and yet they keep getting involved anyway because it's the right thing to do!
Stand up to bullies and bigots and persecutors and evil people of all stripes. Stand up alone if you have to, but stand together when you see someone being singled out for bullying or persecution.
If you don't, you are just as guilty as the person doing the bullying.