Making Good Decisions

Ever made a decision about something and within just a few seconds after making it, you’re overwhelmed with regret? I sure have. In fact, it’s happened more times than I would like to admit. It is not the small decisions I’m talking about. You know, like choosing artificial sweetener instead of sugar, or wearing your blue shirt instead of the yellow blouse or what you should have for breakfast. These decisions aren’t considered critical and probably won’t mean a lot in the long run. But then there are the decisions that can literally have life or death consequences. These decisions may involve if you should accept an offer to try a drug or take a drink or hide something or go to a particular

Think Before You Speak

If you are like me, you have probably had more than a few times when you have said something without giving it a lot of thought. Maybe it was something you said to your parents. Or perhaps you reacted sharply to a teacher or friend or a server at a restaurant. No doubt, like most, you experienced guilt or embarrassment in the aftermath. (If you didn’t, all the more reason to be reading this post.) We promise ourselves that we will change or we’ll react differently. Or what about those times when you are alone. Let’s say you are working on a project in the garage and you accidentally hit your finger with a hammer. If you’re like a lot of people, you may blurt out something that would probably

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