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We all need friends around us. We like to share our lives and our thoughts. This is part of the way we live and central to how we build our sense of self.
We golfers tend to get hooked on favorite clubs. We just love our 5 iron, or our driver, or whatever. We have favorites in our bag. Just why is it so important to like the look of your clubs?
Many people question how a long distance relationship can work. They can in fact be even better because of the time spent apart, so long as you bring the right mind set to the relationship.
How much of your self confidence is based upon your expectations? Do you see people responding to you as you expect them to or as they really do so?
Do you worry about your health, seemingly for no reason at all? Do you worry about heart attacks, strokes or cancer? Would you like to let those worries go?
Do you trust your instincts, you inner wisdom, or do you question your feelings? Which has the upper hand, your logical mind or your emotions? Do you feel mentally strong or in need of reassurance?
Do you marvel sometimes at the strength of your own mind? Time and time again we are each of us presented with evidence of our innate powers of mental focus and mental strength.
Do you only smile when you are playing well, or is it still fun when your game is not quite coming together? How many aspects of the game of golf do you find make you smile?
One of the major keys to effective weight loss is to learn to enjoy your food and to allow yourself to feel satisfied. This doesn’t mean limiting your choices; rather it necessitates providing interesting tastes to your palate.
What is the very best thing you can do with your time spent on an airplane? Read on to discover what this is.