The first month of a new year is often filled with fear, anticipation and sometimes frustration. There’s a whole lot of things we didn’t yet accomplish that we often feel pressured to do this year (lose weight, make more money, find our true love). And there’s often a sense of grief associated with that as we slowly say good-bye to 2010 and reflect on what we’re proud of what what we regret.
Speaking of regrets, a lot of you had very different views about this statement told to me by a relative: “You haven’t really lived, if you haven’t had regrets.” (You can read their opinions here and contribute your own on our Facebook page.)
If you feel regretful and frustrated about last year, there are still lots of things you can do to remedy that. In fact, there are five.
Life may not automatically be easier once the clock struck midnight in 2011, but there are still a lot of things to be hopeful for.
I wish all of you a wonderful weekend, one filled with hope, health and the courage to make positive changes in 2011.
Hope you enjoy these posts!
(Neuroscience & Relationships) – Does your 2011 goals feel like the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow? No matter how much you try, you just can’t seem to reach it. This post may help explain why you feel stuck and can’t seem to break a habit or achieve a goal no matter how much you want it.
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