Tuesday, March 17, 2009


We must learn to detach from the family members and friends that we are tempted to fix, or monitor, or judge. (Touchstones, 26 February)

It is not so much what you are doing that is the problem, but how it is affecting the rest of your life. (Ric Engram, Pace Yourself, 31 January)

I have a choice about my response to other people's moods and attitudes. (Courage to Change, 12 February)

... I realize that my job, my family, my real friendships are dependent upon my rationality. (Alan L. Roeck, Look Two This Day, 22 February)

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