Friday, October 20, 2006

It's Not About You

A psychiatrist told me once that a patient got very angry with him, but he kept his equanimity because, he said, she didn't know him well enough to hate him. When people act in ways that feel like an attack, make you mad, or hurt your feelings, it helps if you can remember that it's probably not about you.

Doing the Right Thing
and Achieving All Your Goals at the Same Time


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