Tag: choice

The Lies We Tell

I was recently interviewed for a story on The Lies We Tell Ourselves, which got me thinking a lot about our common, everyday lies.  There are classic and pervasive lies, like “I can’t” and “I’m too busy”. “I can’t” and “I’m too busy” are lies because there is almost nothing we really can’t do or

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Choose again

*This post is Part II in a two part installment on making choices. Here’s part I.*  Most decisions in life are reversible. If you don’t like the choice you made, choose again. If you pick the wrong college or the wrong major or the wrong career, so what? Choose again. If you choose a paint color

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There is no perfect choice

*This post is Part I in a two part installment on making choices* Ever noticed how easy it is to get worked up when you’re choosing between options? Last week a client was struggling with the choice between being induced or letting her baby come on its own, both of which (given her health history)

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Lucky You

I just saw an article about a man in Missouri who won the lottery…twice. Two separate lotteries, a few months apart. He says he’s lucky. Are you? Where do you think luck comes from? Is it in your genes or based on your star sign or the result of karma? Do we play any part

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