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It Ain't Easy

Thursday, October 08, 2009

Making decisions is not always easy but it has to be done. I sometimes wish I had an I don't care attitude but that is not the way I am built. I have a tendency to think about the outcomes of most decisions I make. I try to see the other person's point of view while still maintaining a sense of fairness. I am sitting here with a tension headache based on a decision I just made. People who know me well know that I always strive to simplify and keep it movin'. Sometimes the strategy works sometimes it does not but this does not deter me from my main objective. I am not usually one to blog or share how I feel unless it affects me deeply. I am keeping with positive change and trying a new strategy to release some unnecessary tension. I'm going with the flow and letting it go. I think I will put a little yoga on my activity menu. The tension appears to be lifting so I am going to keep moving in the direction. I am relaxing my shoulders, I am taking deep cleansing breaths, I am tensing and releasing, I am rolling my head from side to side, I am getting there. I am confident in the decision I made and I am letting it gooo....softly into the air.

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  • v CHOCMOM
    emoticon emoticon emoticon You are the best. As a military officer in the Army, I had to make decisions for the benefit of the entire platoon (or company) that sometimes went against the grain of some of my soldiers. It always created additional stress and I was constantly reminded that "you can't please everyone" and to always "choose your battles wisely"! Hang in there, relax this weekend and get ready to battle Monday. emoticon emoticon
    2456 days ago
  • v DAKOTASMOMMY_07
    Tanya..
    I know just what you mean.I am the SAME way!
    I constantly feel bad if I have to make a decision that will not please EVERYONE..
    I'm sorry about the decision you had to make. emoticon
    However its very obvious you did what was right..Which is what HAD to be done.
    Your doing the right thing..Let it go..BREATHE..
    God Bless you my friend,Christina emoticon
    2456 days ago
  • v MSJULES01
    Nothing much to say but.......
    Thank you.
    2456 days ago
  • v CWYNN01
    emoticon emoticon emoticon WOOOOOOOO-SSSSSS-AAAAAAA-HHHHHH....
    Letting go sounds good & some good yoga!!! Sounds like what the doctor ordered!
    2456 days ago
  • v DIVALICIOUS7
    Make yoga your best friend - helps so many things - now just drift Claire emoticon
    2456 days ago
  • v CHRISPYLEE
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  • v BABY_GIRL69
    Yoga is always calming & you have to concentrate on the movements that you can get lost in moments of calm. So do that & enjoy!

    Blessings emoticon Dee emoticon

    emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon Namaste
    2456 days ago
  • v TRACYISHERE
    Been there!

    I used to think talking about the situation made it easier for me. Unfortunately it kept adding fuel to the fire each time I brought it up to someone. So, I made myself a new goal not to vent.

    If I have a complaint I try to do something about it or let it go. Complaining about it does nothing but make me feel worse.

    However, decisions are different. When I'm finding something difficult to decide upon I always run it by someone else first. This way I know I have the support of my superiors or family before I go ahead and make that decision. sometimes they give me a totally different outlook on the situation that involves a way better outcome than I had imagined.

    2456 days ago
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