Action I think is key for me ..to get back on track, to get moving in a positive dirrection.
One item i did not see, but I have discovered that over time has been a great help to me, is ...Journaling. Years ago I gave it a try but failed.looking back I realized my problem was that I was trying to copy someone elses' style of writing. I've read the book "The Artists Way" by Julia Cameron,after reading that book, I gave my self permission to write however ,what ever I wanted.I 've found that the process of writing slows my thinking and hence my mind down and I think that process also carries into my essence of my character.
Every one of your tips are important and useful to daily living.View Thread
hi i was checking my e -mail and your commment caught my eye, 1st) i think your going through a process of Self-discovery and it's quite normal.I spent 30 years in the fire service,and came to relaize that that no matter how onTop of my game,if i stayed in that mindset of looking for constant approval,and trying to out do my last feat i was doomed for disappointment.It was a rat race to stay on top.Injuries and health issues take their toll,trust me on that.We all get old like it or not. Don't sell your self short thats the voice we all hear ,strart off by replacing it by a new voice that you a worthy,you do give your best..you do value YOURSELF... I hop ethis helps a little..View Thread
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