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Today saw my 101st post on on singlesessiontherapy.com (this in number 102). Since I launched this blog on 8th September subscriber numbers have steadily grown, and it has started a few tributary conversations.

Thanks to everyone who has shown interest and given me encouragement by re-tweeting or re-posting my items. I’ll keep them coming and there will be more free add-ons coming for subscribers to my blog, in the next couple of months.

More news on these later. I’ll just say that they’ll be practical, useful, exclusive, and free to subscribers, so stay with it and encourage others to do the same. My aim is simply to reach as many people as possible and touch them in some way.

I’ll keep you posted as events unfold, in the meantime, I hope this blog continue to interest, inform, arouse, prompt, inspire, jiggle, shake up, trouble, entertain…or whatever, you.

 

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Monday Morning Feeling?

If your job is making you feel down on a Monday and long for Friday, perhaps you need to take a cool and deliberate look at yourself and re-evaluate things. Complaining, even inwardly, only makes it worse. Listen to your intuition and decide what is really important to you.

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I’m Wrong About Most Things, At Some Point

We shroud ourselves in beliefs that help us feel secure. One of these is that things tomorrow will be the same as they were yesterday. But the idea that things don’t change is a delusion, that is all.

Nothing wrong with that, but it is best to recognise it, and to keep an open mind about what will happen next. The greater our need to keep things the way they are, the greater the risk of disappointment and even neurosis.

Trying to control the uncontrollable is unpleasant for us, and those around us.

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