A Personal Growth Story from the Way-Back Machine

Lori is a sensitive caring person. She has persevered through many losses with grace and acceptance. She is a dog lover, a wife, a writer, a loyal follower.
She won the one word a day game I made up for just one movie. Acceptance of all things normal or unusual would also characterize her personality.
Getting to know her through WP has been a pleasure.
Enjoy this great post by Lori.

Lori's Lane

tsca1 (559x800) wmYou cannot control what happens to you, but you can control your attitude toward what happens to you, and in that, you will be mastering change rather than allowing it to master you. ~ Brian Tracy

A while back, Carrie Rubin blogged about being an introvert and the fear of talking to a group of people. I commented to her, that about twenty years ago, I used to attend al-anon. I brought it up, because I related to her fear of talking to a group when I used to attend those meetings. Since my blog theme and most of my writing (memoirs and fiction) is about personal growth, my al-anon experience is something fitting to share.

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