Anger is easy

Anger is easy

Anger is easy. Try harder.

There are real problems and then there are the things people choose to focus on and respond to in anger because they’ve fooled themselves into believing that anger is a sign of strength. When in actuality, it’s a sign of weakness.

There is a time for anger, but rarely does it involve things that could easily be dismissed & totally forgotten if one just took a deep breath and moved on.

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When discomfort doesn’t fade

When discomfort doesn't fade
In most cases – under normal circumstances – discomfort always fades. If, over a prolonged period of time, you find yourself increasingly uncomfortable with any aspect of your life – from your relationships to your mental or physical health to your career – that is a sign that something needs to change and it’s important to take action and do something about it.

While ventures beyond your comfort zone can be very rewarding & healthy, ignoring warning signs and subjecting yourself to long-term term physical or mental pain & suffering is not.

“If I were you…”

"If I were you..."

“If I were you.”

When giving advice to those who ask for it, remember that what you would do isn’t always in the best interest of the person you’re giving advice to.

Often, the most effective advice involves revealing pathways & illuminating doors and letting the person you’re providing advice to decide for themselves which one is in their own best interest to take.