Category Archives: self improvement

When Not to Talk

by Terry L. Sumerlin I was asked if so-and-so is still alive. When I answered “yes” for the millionth time, the response was the same – for the millionth time: “Well, I’m surprised one of his ex-wives hasn’t killed him … Continue reading

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Getting Real about Optimism

by Terry L. Sumerlin Are you an optimist or a pessimist? Positive or negative? “Yes,” you say? Good answer, because most of us are not entirely one or the other. On the other hand, we have all run across those … Continue reading

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DARTing Past Fear

by Terry L. Sumerlin I was not exactly paralyzed by fear. But I was very uneasy. Yes, afraid! I had thought about giving it a try for a long time. After all, people of various ages, from all walks of … Continue reading

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HOW TO DEAL WITH WORRY

by Terry L. Sumerlin Do you ever worry? I’ve had people tell me that they never worry about anything. I’ll take their word for that. However, for the rest of us, worry can be a problem. We tend to worry … Continue reading

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