Gary was convinced that he would never get what he really wanted. In essence, he was absolutely sure there was a relationship between telling people what he wanted and not having it. The more he wanted something, the less chance it would come his way. So he figured the opposite would also be true: If he didn’t tell people what he wanted, then he might get it. As confusing as that logic was, it had interesting effects on him. He would never tell his deep desires to his friends. He never told his wife what he wanted. But when he didn’t get what he wanted, he would roll into a passive-aggressive shell Read the rest of this entry ?
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Jackie called me about 9:30 at night, late for anyone to want counseling.
“I’m not going to work tomorrow. I may not ever go back to that place”. I hadn’t heard that Jackie had a developed a bottomless source of money, so I thought this idea of not going to work should probably be thought through more carefully. I asked her to defend her decision. Read the rest of this entry ?