Avoid Avoidance

Avoid Avoidance

The unwashed cereal bowl that’s been sitting in your kitchen all day . . . the spot on your car window left by a bird . . . that e-mail in your inbox that you should send a quick reply to . . . So often, we ignore these things, we look the other way, choose to forget or put off, even when it would just take a minute to deal with it. Are you an avoidance expert? Why? Is it because. . . •the task is difficult or disagreeable •you’re tempted by alternative pleasant activities •you’re tired and need more sleep No matter how small or big the consequences of avoidance may be, it’s probably time to overcome your avoidance patterns. “Avoidance doesn’t have to be a way of life. With the right attitude and some practical strategies avoidance can be a thing of the past.” In fact, life’s success principle is: Avoid Avoidance

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