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Personal growth: Which outfit will you wear today? November 5, 2017

Posted by Dennis Mellersh in Concept of personal growth.
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Just as our clothing projects a message to others, so too does the psychological attitude or “outfit” that we “wear” on any given day.

If someone is in a bad mood, particularly a crabby one, we don’t need to be psychologists to decide we should avoid them.

In most instances, our mood can be a choice, albeit not always an easy one.
We can be:

Tolerant, or easily irritated

Helpful to others, or self-centred

Thankful for what we have or upset at what we don’t have

Cheerful, or sullen and morose

Quick to judge, or open-minded

It’s all part of the difficult internal work we do in our personal development and self-actualization efforts.

— Dennis Mellersh

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