Most of us hate to talk about things we're not good at. We hate to do them. We hate to think about them. And we often go great lengths to avoid them. But they sure are fun to read about (and watch! Didn't we love America's Funniest Home Videos?).
Very often, what we do when we are frustrated reveals the very core of our beliefs and temperament. Think about the last time that you were frustrated. What caused the frustration? How did you deal with it? What strengths did you use? What weaknesses do you try to avoid?
This week, let's concentrate on our weaknesses--the hilarity that they can produce and the opportunities for improvement that they have provided!