Archive for February, 2012

Breaking Bad Habits – Part I

Tweet If we were to look at our lives closely, we would probably agree that there are some bad habits that we wish we didn’t have.  Some bad habits may include: drinking/drugs, overeating, or perhaps avoiding doing household chores.  Excessive TV watching, gaming, excessively surfing the web, chain-smoking, or maybe swearing are things on your list.  Other bad habits may include overspending, being obsessive, lying or cheating.  And still other habits may include issues related to chronically being late, over-extending of one’s self by taking on too many projects others, or failing to complete projects or tasks in a timely …

Wanting to figure out what to do?

Tweet So often when we are faced with a challenge or problem, we unknowingly begin figuring out what to do.  We look at the situation in every way possible and ultimately wind up feeling frustrated.  Each time we attempt to fix what is bothering us keeps bringing us back to the original place where we started.  The starting point is always the same.  We are facing our resistance and we don’t know what to do, to fix it or change, how we are feeling.  We didn’t figure out what to do to feel better.  And, we still don’t have an …

Deciding to be resolved with whatever is going on? – Part II

Tweet In deciding to honor our New Year’s resolution, intentions or goals, means we are continuously willing to keep moving forward and challenge ourselves to be positive.  We are determined to overcome whatever issue that we would like to resolve.  If overeating, smoking, drinking, excess internet gaming are issues that you would like to really overcome, you need to decide for yourself that you would like to be done with holding onto these habits.  Perhaps by doing an Attachment and Aversion exercise regarding your resolution (habit, goal, etc.) will help you begin to see what you are holding in mind …