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Home Reflections I love and accept that there are some situations that I cannot control

I love and accept that there are some situations that I cannot control

I let go of my tendency to try to be in control of everything. What a relief it is! No longer do I have to be responsible for everything. It is much easier to focus on what I can control, instead of worrying about the things I cannot control anyway!

 What can I control? I can control my own thoughts and actions. I can control how I react to events. And I can control my expectations.
 
When I focus on what I can control, I find that I become more effective. Instead of fretting over a challenge, I seek solutions and take action on my decisions.
 
Instead of worrying about what others will think, I live true to my own morals, ethics, and beliefs. In being true to myself, I strengthen my self-esteem.
 
Rather than bemoan a situation, I take whatever action I can to make things better. Taking decisive action reduces my stress about the situation and gives me hope for a better day ahead.
 
I accept that I cannot control the actions of others and I prefer it that way. Truly, how complicated life would be if I had the responsibility of controlling and directing everyone!
 
Simply letting go of the need to control takes the weight of the world off my shoulders.
 
Today, I plan to accept whatever the day brings, do what I can where I can, and let the rest go!
 
Self-Reflection Questions:
 
1.    Do I get frustrated at situations beyond my control?
2.    How can taking decisive action reduce my stress about a current challenge?
3.    What can I do to let go of something out of my control?


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