Jennifer Worick learns to become more flexible

Jennifer Worick
Jennifer Worick

Jennifer Worick, a crafty Seattle gal with a slew of published books and a couple of blogs, recently wrote a blog post about letting go of rigid expectations and learning to roll with life’s unpredictable nature. It starts:

Until a few years ago, I thought I was just a logical person with high standards for myself and others.

Then I realized that I was extremely inflexible. Rigid, in fact.

I expected people to follow through on plans or tasks, no matter what. I was disappointed when a friend consistently, almost without fail, canceled on activities at the last minute. I couldn’t deal when someone blew off a deadline.

And the person I was hardest on was myself, which meant I was anxious and filled with guilt and/or self-loathing pretty much all the time. It’s little wonder I have acid reflux.

But after working with a life coach and gaining a bit of perspective, I realized that being vulnerable and inconsistent is not a failure. It’s human.

Check out her blog to read, as Paul Harvey would say, the rest of the story.


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1 reply

  1. Colleen, thanks for mentioning my blog. It is a constant battle to try and be present in events and to schedule my work effectively so I have some measure of balance. Work in progress. Sigh…

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