Patience Patience Patience

Thursday, July 19, 2007

Yet another great concept to reflect on brought to my email box by SparkPeople

Poise in the face of frustration

Whether waiting to see a change on the scale, dealing with your coworkers, or diligently putting in work and feeling unappreciated, losing your patience is very easy to do. By exercising patience with all people, you are allowing them to become better and to learn on their own through gentle guidance. One healthy byproduct of self control in the face of frustration is that it usually leads to encouragement and enhancement of your relationships. Happy families and friendships thrive on patience and learning. It may take time to learn, but the results are well worth it!
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    Jesse Jo, this one really spoke to me as well this morning. You are such a great addition to our group as your enthusiasm keeps us all renewing our resolve. Have a great day. Sandy
    3963 days ago
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