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March 11, 2010


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Your list could be endless.
I do my best to share MY experience and not yours.

Kim A.

Good checklist for me. Keep it simple, share from my heart about my experience and solutions that work for me. Got it!



I would have to add the "professorial" share as well. It seems to be from those who are speaking with their mind only and not their heart--this is one that I have definitely been guilty of doing.


Love it. We've all heard all of these and more. Within reason (and that's got to be a wide avenue), whatever people need to say has got to be viewed as a good share. As you point out, it's as much for them as it is for us. Have a good one!

Ed G.

Rr. SP:
At the risk of doing exactly what you're counseling against in this excellent post, I feel compelled to point out that the wise remark in Chapter 5 is we share "...what we were like, what happened, and what we are like now..."

I've found, for me an others, that great distance from "it" to "we" may solve some of the other problems you point out.

Blessings and aloha...

Steve E

Well, I CERTAINLY ain't gonna tell you how GOOD this post was!!! But I can say, that I listen, and I learn, and thank you.

Ted barnhart

I like this blog.

James G

I'm The "I'm Gonna Get it Together" kind of person. If I do truly never get it togther at least I'll be sober trying :)

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