When’s the last time you had a problem that wasn’t emotional?
Car broke down? You probably made a call or two and got it fixed; no real problem there except for the annoyance and/or frustration it caused you.
Couldn’t pay your mortgage? Losing your home to foreclosure would be an “oh, well” proposition without good old-fashioned fear, desperation and grief — emotional experiences, to be sure.
I recently wrote a post about how problems are almost always emotional (and so, therefore, are solutions) over at my new blog home-away-from-home on PsychologyToday.com.
I’ll be posting there regularly, but don’t worry; you can check out those “vacation” posts from right here at home on Tina’s Tidbits.
I’ll share here whatever gets posted there via a link like the following one, which will take you to the aforementioned post:
Feel free to leave a comment either there or here about this post.
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