Calm the Negative Voice in Your Head; or, My Son Urinated on a Toilet Seat and Couldn’t Be More Proud of Himself

3 thoughts on “Calm the Negative Voice in Your Head; or, My Son Urinated on a Toilet Seat and Couldn’t Be More Proud of Himself”

  1. I always enjoy reading your posts. The Voice is real and constantly at work. The older you get the more you realize you can overcome if you set your mind to it. Thanks Jeff!

    1. I had fun writing this one. And I agree, the Voice, you do start to notice it more as your older and that it’s just that: a negative echo against simple goals, complex goals, dreams, aspirations, and that it can be overcome. I wish I had noticed the little booger more when I was in my teens. The Voice was strong then. Sure, I’d win some battles here and there, but he really is in it for the war, for the long haul.

      Thanks as always for reading.

  2. The Voice is real, my name for it is the Devil! But, alas he does not rule. The more you acknowledge his existence, laugh, enjoy a sunset, cry and start all over again the less hold he has over you. Great read as always cuz! Alays enjoy reading your posts, keep them coming!

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