I stumbled across this blog today. It is perfect! This is exactly what I have been going through and would like others to do! I just did a presentation using the stages of a caterpillar. The caterpillar is an amazing creature but it still has the ability to really shine, grow wings and fly!
I hope you enjoy this as much as I did.
Thank you for reading,
I’ve been working hard lately at observing my thoughts and choosing to change the stories that I tell myself about my life and the things that happen to me. It’s making my entire experience of life radically different as I begin to see myself and the world around me with new—and much more positive—eyes.
As I’ve continued to observe my thoughts, however, I’ve begun to notice that I tend to default to asking “Why?” about the things that happen to me in life. I can spend many hours careful analyzing (and over-analyzing) why a situation turns out the way it did, why someone responded to me the way that they did, why I feel the way I do about something, why did what I did or said what I said in some situation. I do this about events, situations, feelings, or responses I don’t like—and about those that I do.
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