Do you belong to the Q D club? There are millions of people who do, in spite of the fact that it is a club no one wants to join. There are people who trudge, plod, tramp and become life weary, people who force themselves to continue to run in the human race finding little joy in life. Sometimes life hands people problems and tribulations through negative events that just seem to happen: illness, job loss, abandonment by a loved one, too little money, too hard work, too much rejection, droughts, storms, accidents, or mundane, boring days that go on endlessly.The QD stands for quiet desperation and you might be a member of the QD club if:
It is possible to resign from the QD club by joining the LITS club (Life Is Too Short). First, make some signs and put them on your refrigerator and on your mirrors, "I am a member of the LITS Club." Then make the decision that you will do whatever it takes. Choose to start practicing gratitude. Start with God, thank him for your life.
I see people all the time who show up at church or social functions and their attitude seems to be, "OK I'm here, entertain me." Do not be one of those. Be the one who says, "I am here, how can I help?" Reach out, reach out, reach out; it will change your life. Then you can say, "I used to be a member of the QD club, but now I belong to the LITS club." In fact you can buy the t-shirt.
Evelyn Leite, is Author, Counselor, Trainer and founder of Living with Solutions. She has been helping clients deal with issues of grief and loss, trauma, abuse, and addiction for 28 years.
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