Since “Quality of Life” is what we’re about, it seems incumbent upon us to actually practice what we preach. Our kids know when we are faking, you know, the “Do as I say no as I do” fallacy. So do our patients and co-workers. So don’t tell us that you have it all together when we can plainly see that you don’t. When you need help, speak up. Or at least let down your guard enough to let someone really try to help.
Thinking we are in control is an illusion. Joining with, living with, loving on, one another – that’s the reality.
Know you are blessed,