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Daily Insights

Daily Insights are insightful truths about reality that empower us to transform our way of thinking.

They are often challenging, and give us the coaching and courage to behave in a way we might never have thought of. They’re great to dwell on and remind ourselves of throughout the day.

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Trying to trust someone

Trying to trust someone who doesn’t care to earn it is a game for mugs and ‘rescuers.’

© Copyright D. Riddell, 2012
Book Reference: Relational Insights (R 207)

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Your child’s feelings

Your child’s feelings are not the same as those of your own ‘inner child’.

© Copyright D. Riddell, 2012
Book Reference: Relational Insights (R 205)

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To submit to another’s judgement

Why is it so dangerous to submit to another’s judgement? You can’t claim maturity until you’ve learned how to trust.

© Copyright D. Riddell, 2012
Book Reference: Relational Insights (R 204)

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If you never push

If you never push against Father’s or Mother’s opinion, how will you ever stand beside them as their friend?

© Copyright D. Riddell, 2012
Book Reference: Relational Insights (R 203)

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Endlessly listening to others’ problems

Endlessly listening to others’ problems, which you’re not actually welcome to do anything about, is one form of playing the victims role. Don’t tease yourself.

© Copyright D. Riddell, 2012
Book Reference: Relational Insights (R 202)

Posted in Daily Insights