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#JusJoJan 6/20 – Possibilities

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Ah, possibilities. As much as the idea that all the possibilities out there can give us hope, and they often do for me, too many of them can stop us dead in our tracks.

I’m pretty decisive, but my son Alex is terrible at making decisions. Even when he’s only faced with two. I don’t know if it comes from making the wrong one at some point in his life–I don’t know where it comes from. But his indecision, faced with possibilities, has often led to him deciding to be punished rather than doing one of two things he’d actually enjoy doing. He gets punished because he’ll make a “final” decision that I’ll say okay to, and then he’ll immediately change his mind and when I put my foot down, he’ll have a tantrum.

I love having kids. They can be such a joy. But on the other hand …

 

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13 thoughts on “#JusJoJan 6/20 – Possibilities

  1. Possibilities Vs. choices can be like the shootout at the O.K. corral.

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  2. Too many choices can be very overwhelming! I don’t have kids but I love reading about yours 😊

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  3. I agree with Dan. Multiple possibilities can be a problem. I suffer from analysis paralysis when faced with too many choices.

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  4. I love having kids, but on the other hand…lol. Your too funny linda. You always make me laugh!

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  5. Possibilities are opportunities!

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  6. Possibilities are great. Multiple possibilities, yeah, that can be a problem.

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