The World Is Not to Blame
The most important thing in a relationship is emotional maturity.
And the most important part of emotional maturity is the ability to take responsibility.
Tonight Taylor and I watched Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot, a comedy-drama that came out this year, based on the story of cartoonist John Callahan.
Callahan was an alcoholic before he was a cartoonist. And in between being an alcoholic and drawing cartoons, he got in an accident and became a paraplegic, which (eventually) changed his life for the better.
It ends on a relatively high note, but it took the entire film (and well into his actual adult life) for Callahan to learn the most important lesson:
Step 10 from Alcoholics Anonymous,
Callahan struggles with this one. He blames his mother, the driver of a car, his attendant… he blames everyone but himself.Tags: ConsultingEducationTech
Unlike pop-culture’s current obsession with bleak, heavy drama (Game Of Thrones, Breaking Bad, we’re talking to you)
I am not a morning person whatsoever.
The information we consume matters just as much as the food we put in our body. It affects our thinking, our behavior, how we understand our place in the world. And how we understand others.