I thought myself sufficiently shrewd to make whatever decisions I wanted to make, and then to be able to sufficiently steer those decisions away from the rather dark and nasty places they would naturally take me. And I stand oddly perplexed that suddenly everything around me is dark and nasty. See this week's blog post entitled, "How Did I Get Here? - Not Being Where I Expected" at www.craiglpc.com.
A parent is the compass carefully laid on the map of a child who has yet to understand that the present is nothing more than the place where the future begins, not the place where the future lives. Check out the fresh array of articles, videos and quotes in the Fall edition of our emagazine entitled "Thriving" at http://joom.ag/Hg6Q.
If truth is relative, then it’s cousin is anarchy. A low self-esteem can undermine most every area of our lives. This month's edition of our emagazine entitled "Thriving" is devoted to this timely and relevant topic. Review our emagazine at http://joom.ag/7rMQ.
Oh that I had the opportunity to rethink so many of my decisions, for the pitfalls into which I have so frequently fallen were often dug with the shovel of those very decisions. See this week's blog post, "To Decide or Not to Decide - The Impact" at www.craiglpc.com.
It is not about my willingness to get knocked down. It is much more about my passion to get back up. Because to not get up is to end the journey of my life right in the exact place where I got knocked down. See this week's blog "Getting Knocked Down - The Art of Getting Up" at www.craiglpc.com.