1 Peter 5:6-7
Therefore humble yourselves under the mighty hand of God, that He may exalt you at the proper time, casting all your anxiety upon Him, for He cares for you.”
I have recognized something in myself that the Lord recently addressed with me: we don’t have to be ashamed to ask God for something that we don’t know He will grant. That’s just pride talking. There is no harm in asking if He will heal small hurts or big hurts, save your friend or a stranger, or even give you enough paper clips to see a project through. There is no shame in asking - or in receiving a "no" answer.
Just pray. He wants you to cast your cares on Him. Wait to see what His answer is; He can’t answer if you don’t ask in the first place. Don’t place your hope in a “yes” answer - your hope is in Christ, the very High Priest whose grace enabled you to speak with God directly - but God isn't too busy to be bothered with your petitions.
Even if His answer is "no" or "wait," the time may come when the answer is "yes." If asking is destroying your contentment in Christ, then perhaps it's time to stop asking. Otherwise, be thankful in your petition and leave it in God’s hands from there. It doesn't "reflect on you" if He says "no."