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Although I have to admit that sometimes I don't win AND I don't learn.
At least on the first pass.
Sometimes it takes me another spin or two of the wheel before I get it.
Posted at 12:12 AM in Just A Thought | Permalink
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Much can be determined by an individual's plan. I found that there is, in fact, a difference. Once, I'd state my goal is to 'try' not to drink today. Now, I say I 'will not' drink today. Plan to succeed, rather than avoid a fail. Sometimes, it's the objective that adjusts my stuborn mindset, and gets me through the day. If this helps another reader today, 'Perfect' !
Peter Massey |
June 01, 2016 at 03:49 AM
Ah Mr S. Another fine post. I miss the frequency of your posting, but that is on me.
As usual this post can be taken on many levels. Of course it pertains to drinking, but to me (who was mostly relieved of the compulsion to drink) it means those thinking/behavioral cycles that I'm always catching myself doing. In other words my alcoholic thinking patterns.
June 01, 2016 at 06:17 AM
Today, there are those very special divine times where I win and learn... Which may be a change in my perspective due to this program. Those times I charish.
June 02, 2016 at 01:57 PM
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