Jennifer Clinger is a survivor of trafficking, abuse, addiction, and about a million other things. She is also a teacher, a seeker, and a professional writer for Thistle Farms. I asked her what question she would want me to address in a blog for Don Miller. Here is a few of the more than a dozen questions she wrote back in about an hour:
HERE’S THE MENTAL TRICK: To make better decisions, imagine your life one year from now. From that perspective, look back on where you are now and think about how you wish you would have handled your current situation.
I was talking with a friend recently who was going through a tough breakup. He was angry, to be honest, because his girlfriend hadn’t been faithful.
A few months ago, my wife and I took our kids on a short weekend trip to the mountains. As we pulled out of our neighborhood and merged onto the four lane highway, we suddenly realized an important detail for the trip had not been accomplished.
Kim and I both assumed the other person was going to make the necessary arrangements. As a result, neither of us had accomplished the task. And now, the trip had already begun.
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