In Control: Not Even Remotely

On NOT being alone…it’s all about control.

Navigating the Friendship Maze: The Path to Authentic Friendship

If you want to see who really values control, watch people sitting in front of the television for awhile.

Invariably, one person will keep reaching for the remote control. They may let someone else have it momentarily (or if they’re busy doing some other kind of work) but when it matters (to them) they’ll find a way to get a hold of that master control device (and cling to it for dear life.)

Not saying that I’m innocent of this particular vice…but most of the time I’m otherwise occupied and too busy trying to stay in control of countless other aspects of my life.

As I was reading a review book last week, I ran across a helpful section on control. This author, Holley Gerth, a counselor, life coach, and speaker, discusses ways women approach control and why.

Gerth writes —

If you’re drawn…

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