Stewing, Stuck and Frustrated — What to Do? Video Presentation
Posted by Second Chance to Live on June 12, 2013
Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live my friend. Recently I wrote and published Stewing, Stuck and Frustrated – What to Do?. In today’s article I will introduce the video presentation of this article, Stewing, Stuck and Frustrated – What to Do? Video Presentation
Here is an excerpt from the article:
“Life is filled with things that I do not like and would like to be different. Life, I have also found is filled with things that I am powerless over and can not change. Although I would like to change these things, I realize that attempting to do so only keeps me frustrated, stewing and stuck.
“If you do not like some thing, change it. If you can not change it, change the way you think about it.” Mary Engelbreit
In my attempts to change the people and situations in my life — that I do not like — I have spent a lot of time arguing with myself, ruminating about how to manipulate the situation to bring about different outcomes and obsessing about why I can not change what I do not like. In my struggle, I have found myself to be like a dog with a bone, that does not want to let go of the bone – not realizing that I had and could make other choices.”
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