Selfishness promotes self-pity, blame, victimization. It equally encourages arrogance, pride, jealousy.
Cultivating self-awareness requires little but attention and willingness.
If I had been free from the fear of embarrassment, I would have been free to help Cindy out. What a simple example of what true freedom looks like.
When I find that I’m stuck suffering over my suffering, I will ask if I’m being selfish, or isolating or holding on.
Respecting the differences and actively, intentionally creating connection, allows us work and live together more fluidly.
Dr. Tim Elmore studies the differences in generations. He is a Gen X’er, and he has been studying Millennials and the next generation called Gen Z. He gave a talk recently where he spoke about the quality of resilience in each of these generations, how the Boomers had parents who lived through the Depression and […]
When we overuse the technique to avoid the negative emotions, we inadvertently hamstring our emotional development.