I wrote this post last year, but thought it needed to be reblogged today.
A good student of psychology knows this:
questions have an almost miraculous power to
change behavior – for better or worse.
For example, next time you experience anything that appears to be misfortune, instead of asking …
“Why is this happening to me?” (an astoundingly
“What can I do to improve this situation?”
really love this quote by Joe Sugarman, he said “In every apparent misfortune can be found the seeds of a greater good.”
What is that greater good this time?”
My success can be explained by a small handful of
Immediately following my second divorce, I started to ask myself what I had done to create this situation in my life.
I made the decision to NOT date at all until I felt that I had figured out why I was unable to hold a marriage together.
Divorce is such a…
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