Following on his last blog about ‘Being Your Best’, Duane delves into the “relational” quality that is essential to any and all evolutionary growth.
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Duane elucidates the very personal and very subtle internal journey involved in choosing to be our best in every moment.
In part 3, Catherine wraps up this story with a discussion about strategies, including how some strategies can create the very situations we try to avoid. The cry of the overfunctioner is ‘I give and and give, why…
Continuing… When I was young, I found my refuge in books. I read between the lines of Snow White, Cinderella and later Harlequin: I do not feel good enough, but ‘someday my Prince will come’. I will find ‘the one’, my ‘soulmate’.
I was one of those little girls who was always on the outside of the group. Through careful study and imitation of the group I could work my way ‘in’, but then I would say or do something that would put me right back on the outside again…
Continuing from Part 1, Catherine and Duane explain “the basement” and illustrate how a change in thinking can yield a great change in personal growth.
What do you really want in your life? The most common response to that question is “I want to be happy.” But what if that’s not the best goal to have?