Unless you knew me when I was very a young girl, you might be surprised to learn I was quite the worrier. My mother used to say, “You’re such a Worrywart, Rita.” And the tag fit. I was a worrywart. I did tend to dwell unduly on perceived difficulties in my life that developed a pattern (habitude) of troubled emotions and thought patterns.
Then one day I saw a book on my…Continue
Added by Rita Schiano on February 21, 2018 at 9:55am — No Comments
Habitudes . . . those persistent ways of thinking and acting that shape your personal narrative. Negative thinking patterns can limit the quality of life you desire. Learning how to transcend those limitations is key to achieving your goals and getting to that next level in your…Continue
Added by Rita Schiano on February 6, 2018 at 9:30am — No Comments