In the book "Life Without Ed," Dr. Tucker says "Direction is important, not destination." Focus on the right path. If you stay pointed in the right direction, you do not have to worry about arriving at the proper place. After thinking about this for a few days, I finally undertand what it means. I need to stop worrying about the end result and just think about the direction I want to go in. Missed turns are lessons, not failures. I am always thinking ahead and predicting what will happen. I used to think it was my type A personality, but I think it is ED preventing me from ever enjoying any minute of any day.
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