Are You Driven by Guilt?

We all make mistakes.  Whether big or small, knowing that we made them can take us to healthy growth or unhealthy reactions.  I sometimes hear individuals make statements such as, “People shouldn’t feel guilt over things that they have done.”  However, I would tend to disagree with that thought.  As a friend of mine from…

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Where Do You Sit?

You find yourself in one of those discussions again that just doesn’t feel good.  A disagreement has arisen with your spouse and you are trying to work through it.  But something is eating at you.  You find yourself irritated and you are not sure why.  You feel as though you are being condescended to; almost…

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How Much?

A candle-lit dinner is arranged at the dimly lit restaurant, you have the ring in your pocket, and now . . . . you pop the question.  It all went perfectly and now you can get married.  Wait just a minute though.  It is not quite that simple.  Getting an affirmative answer to your well-worded…

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Preventable Accident

In 2015 the Colorado Department of Transportation reported 15,307 driving crashes in the state that were caused by distracted driving.  This is a 16% increase over the last four years.  And, as you might guess, the most significant contributor to the rise in numbers is the cell phone.  The spokesman for CDOT stated, “Those who…

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Report

It is one of those days.  On your way to work there was an accident that backed traffic up for two miles.  Then, once you got to work, things weren’t much better.  Two of your employees were out sick, last night’s orders were never entered into the system, and the toner on the copier is…

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I Have the Power

I remember when my boys were young, every day that watched the cartoon show, “He Man.”  At some point in the show, He Man would need to defeat some evil force or correct some injustice, and he would stand boldly, holding his sword to the sky proclaiming, “I have the power.”  And with that pronouncement,…

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What is It Worth?

“Where’s my dinner?” was a line frequently repeated in the late 90’s movie “Pleasantville.”  The story was set in the 1950’s.  Every evening, at the same time, the husband would walk in the front door, set his briefcase down, and ask, “Where’s my dinner?”  All was well (for him at least), until one day when…

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