Confession can take the pressure off ourselves and give an opportunity for harmony to come into our relationships.
Six things we need to learn about confession for our Mental Health.
‘I need help with my husband, wife, child, friend.’
I have an anonymous survey here on Turning the Page where people can share with me what they are struggling with. I don’t share what people write, but I do take notice and look for topics to write about. One of the most interesting trends I am seeing is the stress that comes about from the relationships we have. Continue reading
This week I put this image out through my Social Media channels
I have been increasing my use of images to get my message across. I like working with images, they can convey so many different ideas all at once.
One of my highlights this year was guest posting on Jeff Goins blog with an article titled ‘How to Wow Your Audience with the Right Image’
The image above had a viral internet sneeze and had 10 retweets, 7 twitter favourites, comments and plus’ on Google plus, and a bunch of likes on Facebook.
Putting aside the powerful attention grabbing picture, I think its the words that really resonated and connected with people.
We have all been there.
Taking on responsibility for some thing that was outside of our control. Worse still is when others blame us for something outside of our control.
‘It’s all your fault’ is an echoed burden too many of us carry.
Perhaps its time to revisit some of our stories. The places and times in our memory bank where our beliefs about life were formed.
- It was never your fault that you were sexually abused as a child.
- It was never your fault you were shamed by an over bearing bully.
- It was never your fault that your parents marriage broke up.
Please, this new day, give yourself the beautiful gift of truth. Only take responsibility for that which is in your control. Other peoples problems are truly other peoples problems.
Questions to Consider and leave a comment
- Why do we take on others problems, making them our own?
- Shifting responsibility for one’s personal problems is text book avoidance. What is the end result however for the avoider when this is done?
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