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My “Holiday Blogging” Gift To You: Happy New Year Programming/Entry #22
It’s the end of one year and the beginning of another. You are supposed to celebrate the incoming year, usually in a state of debauchery. Drinking, partying, dancing, and whatever else “celebration” means to you.
If you aren’t celebrating with someone then you are again, establishing “Isolation Programming” for another year. Feelings of depression and aloneness are exacerbated if you don’t “have somewhere to go” or “someone with whom to go with”.
Then, you are supposed to think of more “New Year’s Resolutions” that most likely you will fail to implement much less successfully complete.
“New Year’s Resolutions” set most people up for failure.
How many times have you tried and failed?
How many times have you actually succeeded?
Do you even remember your “New Year’s Resolutions” from one year to the next?
Or do they simply fade away as the days, weeks, and months start to flow?
Do you have a special “New Year’s Day” Dinner with special people or are you alone (again)?
Or are you alone in the midst of others?
Where is your REAL support system as the New Year rings in?