Think the Worst, Assume the Best

1 07 2012

I think that when we worry about what *might be* and don’t check the facts, it is too easy to assume the worst instead of focusing on the positive.

My son and daughter in law rarely come to visit but they are busy with their work, my grand daughter and their own lives, so I can either choose to think that I come dead last in their priorities, or that they simply are a bit ADHD and can’t focus on what’s important.

It’s a matter of choosing to be affected by how they treat me, or choosing to be self sufficient and *not* affected by the behavior of others, since their choices are not a part of my life.

Sad but true!

 

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