The 2 choice inhibitors

The 2 choice inhibitors – immaturity and an inability to look beyond your own self interest inhibit our ability to look beyond the obvious choice.

Choices always exist. Where others are concerned, the best we can do is alert the other to their presence. There’s not much we can do beyond that. It’s their decision to not look beyond that obvious choice. That’s a choice too.

Where we are concerned, we owe it to ourselves to look beyond that obvious choice. All we need is that bit of self awareness to alert ourselves of the narrow frame. If we can call our inability out in the heat of the situation, we’re half way towards solving the problem.

Finally, while we are it, we can, sometimes, find ourselves in situations where we can be made to feel bad because of someone else’s choices. A gentle reminder – it’s not your responsibility. Everyone has a choice.