Get Over Yourself to Get On With Your Life: Stop Your Storytelling Sabotage

Stop Self Sabotage, Breaking Old Habits, Writing a New Life, Changing Old Habits, Creating New Patterns of Behavior
  1. Interesting twist. When I present principles and practices of storytelling, it’s always about a positive story. You raise a solid point about the types of stories we tell ourselves—they might not be positive! They might not be stories worth telling.

    No doubt we all have well-crafted stories advocating for our weaknesses and our fears. Thank you for the admonition to let go of those stories that don’t take me where I want to go.

    • Melissa Galt says:

      You’ve lived your story, told your story, now get over your story and get on with your life!!

      Hugs, Melissa

  2. celeste alexander says:

    I LOVE IT IM STANDING ON MY STORY INSTEAD OF IN IT
    WE HAVE IDENTICAL STORYS I KNEW I CONNECTED WITH YOU FOR A REASON!

    • Melissa Galt says:

      Celeste,

      There is always a reason, a season or a lifetime to connect . . .

      Hey go put your pic in gravatar.com so we can see that beautiful face.

      Hugs, Melissa

  3. Randy Flagg says:

    Melissa,
    I couldn’t agree with you words here more. If only more (all) people would see this & feel this way. There are at least two ways to look at everything, why choose the down side.
    Be well my friend,
    Randy

    • Melissa Galt says:

      Thanks Randy,

      The upside is a choice and too often not the one made. There is a growing movement of folks who seek the upside in everything, I’m all in.

      Hugs, Melissa

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