Some people love to complicate simple situations. You ask them a question, they ask you another in reply. You tell them your plan, then they tell you why you might be better off thinking up another plan. You thought you knew what you were doing about a particular matter. Now you are no longer so sure. Have you really come across a reason to change plan? Or have you just had your confidence undermined by a sceptic? Be sure you separate an anxious attitude from an actual statement of fact, today.
Monday, October 3, 2011
I believe one of the greatest fears we have is the fear of loneliness, especially the loneliness that we feel when we are without a lover. This fear traps many of us into unfulfilling relationships, or leads us into pursuing the wrong person just to avoid being on our own. Remember, it is possible to feel more lonely in an unhappy relationship or marriage than when you are actually on your own! Spend your time reflecting on past joys and accomplishments. Don't make any hasty decisions. Be patient, as it may take a little more time before the period of unwanted loneliness you are suffering will pass.