- Posted by LHDougherty
on 11/6/08 at 8:44pm
Hey, I'd think from your description, you were talking about me! This has been me in a nut shell. I can say that I knowit is a character flaw. Just you mentioning it says that you know it too. I started jr college- started a relationship- started learning how to sew- started to have my own Spanish lesson business- started an exercise routine, or the thought of.... nothing finished. Didn;t complete anything. I have to say that at times I feel like a fat failure because I haven;t really stuck with anything , until the end. I feel really motivated to make a difference, and am tired of my own junk piling up around me, so I get determined to do something to make a change, then I donlt know what happens. I guess the major thing for me is having someone around for support and hold me accountable. I think that would be all the diffference( hopefully).- I mean, how much support can I really expect from a friend thats married, and has their husband to worry about. Once, I even felt moved to get an armed forced pen pal, and so I wrote him one time, and then it was always tomorrow, tomorrow, etc. Personally this whole " syndrome" has been a conviction for me from God. I have grown alot in the past year with my relationship with God, and I feel this is one area he has been exposing in the past coupleof months. I don't know where your relationship w/ God is/ or ifyou beleive in God. Anyways, saw your post while looking for another post. Thought I'd say I Understand!
- Posted by Lynette
on 11/21/08 at 5:29pm
maybe u r implementing too much at once. Try one new habit a mo that u for sure stick to even if u end up slacking on everything else. Then a new habit the next mo added on. I heard once it takes 27days to make a behavior a habit.
- Posted by Ruthmom802
on 9/20/11 at 5:07pm
I feel this way right now. I've only got a 4 yr. old boy and we pre-school during the week, but not in any particular schedule.
I do hope and pray that when he really does start school, that I will be more like the tortoise.
You are not alone. Mothers have a lot on their plate... You're doing good.