Okay it's just something I'm really into. I can't say I am all the time, but I really do believe in it. I mean instead of focusing constantly on what the other person did, focus on what my part was kind of thing. Kind of like taking up my part in the situation, what ever it may be. I really want to instill this in my children, you know, choices, free will, and that there are consequences for our actions whether they be good or bad. Anyone else? Share your thoughts..Answer Question
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Answer by kabbot01 at 9:58 PM on Apr. 4, 2009
Guilty! I've realized that I can't control others, only my reaction to them/their actions. And, if I'm wrong; I'll be the first (or second) to let you know and then I need to get "it" straight. We, members of this "club," are very self-reflective and it's usually because we're highly sensitive/emotional/reactive beings. It's helpful because it helps us to understand ourselves and navigate the world a little bit better. It also puts others on notice that we are not falling for the okey-doke... But, they're assured of not getting the run-around from us...
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