Don’t you just hate that horrible feeling you get when you did something wrong?!
It goes straight to your core, doesn’t it, and it you can’t help but feel tense and weird on the inside…
But what makes what you’ve done a mistake?
Maybe it’s the consequences you don’t want to face, or maybe it’s something that goes against you and your values…
The one difference is this – you are the one who decides whether what you did is wrong, or it isn’t!
Because it’s only a mistake when YOU feel it, right – not when somebody tells you off or makes you feel bad.
I see it now with my son – he will only accept him being wrong when he believes that it is.
Only then, he will decide what he could do about it.
Only then, the apology (if we get there) will be real and sincere.
Because no one can make you
Whatever the circumstances, it’s the feeling that you have let yourself down.
And it’s so vital to see it for what it is – not so you can blame yourself for what went wrong, but find a way to get past it.
I screw up all the time, and I tend to beat myself up about it for some time to come…
So I wanted to have a way to work through it so I can put it behind me and get on with my life.
And that is what I want to share with you – I’d love for you to let me know what you think:

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