Newsletter Vol. # 56 That's how I see it!

 

Due to the great weather we are having and the plethora of emails I am receiving from various golf courses that are still open- you will find this week's newsletter a little heavy on golf!



Golf ... A game where the ball always lies poorly and players well.



Golf--Very Profitable

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Newsletter Vol. # 55 That's how I see it!

Is it ever too late to regain balance in a relationship?

Can a relationship end - of course! Sometimes so much damage is done, mainly through poor communication, misunderstanding and assumption making, that the will to carry on, to try again, gets lost. Couples can go on for a very long time "trying", but like adding weights to the old scales of justice, one pound or one thing more can tip the "that's it" scale and the feelings shut down and the relationship is virtually over.

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Newsletter Vol. # 54 That's how I see it!

Cluttering Up Your Mind

Researchers estimate the average person has 60,000 thoughts per day--most of them repetitive and useless. This steady loop of worries, fantasies, judgments and memories running on our cerebral sprockets can make for fascinating theatre--providing we know how to turn off the projector (before we get sick).                                                                 Carolin Vesely

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There is a widespread belief that if a person can be convinced, allowed, or helped to express his feelings, he will in some way benefit from it. The belief that to discharge one's feelings is beneficial is also prevalent among the general public. Friends are encouraged to 'get it off their chests,' helped to 'blow off steam,' or to 'let it all hang out.' Sports or strenuous physical activities are lauded as a means of 'working off' feelings, particularly hostility, and it is accepted that there is some value in hitting, throwing, or breaking something when frustrated.

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