Let’s face it, if we’re vague about what we want,
we won’t get it.
Like Karen, a former client, we’ll only cultivate inner frustration.
“Never—ever!—did I anticipate the day I’d be jealous of a dog,” she said, “but I am . . . If the dog wants to play, Sam drops everything and plays with him.”
“Dropping everything,” meant abruptly turning his attention away from Karen. Despite her obvious advantages—the fact that she’s human, intelligent and married to her husband—she felt reduced to second-class citizenship.
Clearly, the dog had the edge in their relationship. All it took was a certain whimper or a wet nose placed strategically on Sam’s lap and Karen was out.
My advice was strange but it worked: “Take your cues from the dog. I guess that means you gotta get more dog-like.” Click here to get the full scoop.