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Every Generation Must Grow

Managing failure is not just a personal problem. It is a social one. Every generation must learn the same lessons of every generation before it and every generation after it. Every generation must make mistakes and with them grow into something more. This means that we have to accept that every generation will fail from […]

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The Essential Nature of Forgiveness

Forgiveness is a tricky art. There seem to be some who resist it with every self-righteous breath. There also seem to be others who embrace it out of guilt for feeling entitled to some restitution. The act of forgiveness for oneself or another gets tangled in decisions about the problems we have with people. Whether […]

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Making It Work Together, Little by Little

The hardest thing about a relationship may be knowing whether or not it is a success. How do you even measure success in a relationship? Is it the same for each kind of relationship? If we don’t know how to see success in a relationship, how can we even know if one fails? This topic […]

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Changing A Self-Sabotaging Habit

We all adopt habits as we grow up. Sometimes, we develop habits that hurt us or hinder us more than help us. They can be difficult to change, because they are habits. Thankfully, some people studied habits, how they form and how we can change them. If you want to change a habit, I suggest […]

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Coaching Yourself Through Setbacks

When we fail to achieve our goals or do something wrong, we can learn how to coach ourselves to keep going. As I mentioned in my previous post, the learning process is a model for managing failure (or success). Part of that process is building confidence. Confidence is as much accepting what we can’t do […]

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Developing A Skill

Developing a skill provides a perfect model for how to manage failure, or rather how to achieve success. We may obsess about failure more in specific moments that we don’t consider as learning moments, but the learning process can help us understand any moment of failure and how to get past it.  When we first […]

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Managing Failure

In my prior post about Growth and Spirituality, I talked about life being about constant growth. However, growth can only happen if we are willing to risk failing sometimes. We learn a lot about ourselves and life through trying new things and venturing into unfamiliar territory. It is how our relationship to life can change […]

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