Dr. Dianne Baer PhD, LPC, CMHC, DCC
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|Posted on January 23, 2013 at 11:39 PM|
wow---Just reading through some articles on Huffington Post--yes, I will admit that I often find things of interest there. At the end of a great article about living your best life, the author made this statement...
"It's never too late to be what you might have been!"
I just LOVE that! How many times do we start ending our hope for our future even before it has really begun? We limit ourselves just by thinking negative thoughts about ourselves such as how we are "too old, too tired, too used to doing the same thing, too resistant to change, too busy, too frazzled, and on and on. At age 56, I occasionally find myself thinking about how I wish I had done some things differently in my life. Perhaps made better choices, spent more time on things that are really important to me, been more patient, had less road rage.....but it is never to late to make positive changes! Even when it seems that life has beaten us down, we still have the ability to stand up, dust ourselves off and try again. Try something new in a different way.
Hmmm...it's never too late to be what you might have been. What would you have been? What can you do with your life tomorrow to start moving in the direction you want your life to go?
Categories: Read something interesting that made me think.