Tag Archives: Mental health

Stop Complaining and Start Fixing – One-Liner Wednesday

“I get things are bad. But what are we (you/me) doing to fix it?” ~ Britt Robertson Whether it’s a problem in the world, in our own home, or in us, change will only come when we stop complaining and … Continue reading

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He’s a Person Too

My son may not talk like others. He may not behave as people would expect. He may appear distant and uninterested. He may even seem content in the world in which his mind resides, without need of companionship or conversation. … Continue reading

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You’re Too Kind

Have you ever been accused of being overly critical of yourself, even when you know that you’re right? Most people want to lift you up, not put you down. It sounds nicer to make up excuses for someone, than it … Continue reading

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Anger – An Ugly Emotion

The other day I was teaching my son how to drive. He was doing great, making his turns well, slowing and stopping at appropriate times and staying in his lane. Then, toward the end of his driving lesson, he got … Continue reading

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