A Little Help Makes A Big Difference
What's The Problem? And What Can You Do About It?
As a personal coach and business consultant, I have helped thousands of people with their problems. After thirty years in my profession, I have learned that all problems spring from the desire for love, respect, significance, or security.
The problems of the executive are no different than his employees and the problems of the kids I taught in Sunday school were no different than their parents. This is why I believe the words written in Ecclesiastes 1:9. There is nothing new under the sun.
If you could use another perspective, you have several choices:
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Join a Celebrate Recovery Program
Find a church in your area which supports a co-dependancy group. The church word for co-dependency is “sin”—the sin of idol worship, making something tangible so important in your life that it controls you.
Most people don’t want to be labeled anything less than fabulous and may be afraid to accept the word co-dependency. Or sin. So, here’s the test. If you are complaining. About anything. It is probably controlling you. Controlling your thoughts, emotions, behavior, sanity, finances, and time.
Everyone on the planet is either recovering from co-dependency (a modern word for sin) or is relapsing in the pit of co-dependency. Before you can recover, you need to understand it. Otherwise, you believe your best thinking is sound.
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I am not soliciting new coaching clients, but if the community cannot help, I will certainly try.