3 thoughts on “The One Suffering You Could Avoid: Mondays Mindful Quote

  • November 8, 2009 at 4:32 pm

    i think i never looked at that before in quite that way. I ges that it is un avoidabledable when you feel desprit. so what what are some of the thins we can do to change and or distrat our selves in a posative way? just want to know

  • November 8, 2009 at 11:02 pm

    I would say call a friend, take a walk, have a list of activities that get you moving. Whatever you feel you can do, do a bit less to ensure the motivation is there. It is always good to have a list, because in those moments, thinking can be pretty cloudy.

  • November 11, 2009 at 1:12 am

    You make a very good point regarding recognition being the spring board toward addressing presenting issues. A trap is selective recognition,hence avoidance behavior presents itself. However, It is difficult to move forward either as a therapist or consumer of services until some level of insight is achieved, by the consumer, to establish some degree of motivation.
    Thank You for reminding us of these things.
    I would be interested also to know your thoughts on “resolution” since it is so integral to wellness and healthy prospective. Still I have found for many it is an elusive concept.


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