All of us suffer from indecision at times. If we’re not careful, this can become a debilitating problem. Indecision is often related to lack of self-confidence and a tendency to worry about potential problems. Indecision is often worse than the wrong action. – Henry Ford. What happens to us is we worry about our decision way too much. Sometimes there is not a right or wrong decision, just a decision to make. Low self-esteem and worrying about the wrong decision can keep us from making one at all, and the end result is unhappiness. Some people have the toughest time deciding what to wear that day. Some people blame a wrong decision they may have made years ago for the unhappiness they feel today. We try to make the best choices at the time. Sure, if we could go back, we may have done things differently; that’s hindsight. But, we can’t go back, can we? So we do the best with what we have and know. We don’t ever live with regret. Make the choice and live with it with a good attitude. Know that every choice you make will not be a perfect one.
Just a Thought,
Published on Tuesday, May 1, 2012 @ 10:27 AM MDT
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