“My situation really is complicated.”

Not really.

I’m not sure why, but we like our problems to be complex and difficult to solve.

The more complex, the harder it is to solve.

If we can’t solve our problems, then we don’t have to do anything hard to resolve them.

We just stay where we are.

Just try and help someone and then watch how they fight to keep the problem.

They’ll share six different ways to Sunday for why their problem can’t be solved.

This-is-a-soul-sucking-lie.

Every problem (if it really is one) is solvable.

To solve a problem, change your thinking.

New thinking. New action. New results.

No drama.

No painstakingly difficult work.

Just-new-action.

Everything you really want is on the other side of your drama.

Your false arguments for your problems don’t need justification and cuddling and nurturing.

You false arguments just need to go in the bin.

Start new today.

Don’t fight to keep the problem.

Choose new thoughts.

Believe there is another way.

And then … just…. go.

“Sometimes the questions are complicated and the answers are simple.” Dr. Suess