Day 3538: Learning

I keep learning every day and I try to share some of that learning in this blog.

Yesterday, in a therapy session, somebody compared learning self-acceptance to maintaining a home. While we might wish that our hard work is finally done, we learn to keep recommitting to the upkeep, which is never finished.

This weekend I’ll be learning more about facilitating groups at the annual conference of the Northeastern Society for Group Psychotherapy. I’m never done learning more about groups, too.

I have to say that what I’m learning about my country can be very scary and discouraging. I hope that people in the USA are learning that they have to vote in November if they care about the future of their country and the world.

Do you see learning in my images for today?

Here’s what I find on YouTube when I search for “learning.”

Thanks to all who support my learning, including YOU.

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12 thoughts on “Day 3538: Learning

  1. I absolutely learn each and every day. so far today I’ve learned that olive the cat, really likes it when I’m on school break, and last night I learned that I probably should not be a juggler in my next career, as it’s not always the best idea to try to balance as many things as you can carry at one time, just to save steps.)

  2. I learned (again) that it’s not easy to stay out at the ball game with the kids and get up the next morning for my pre-work routine, Ann. We had a nice time as usual at the Syracuse Mets game but George and I agreed that next time we shall select a weekend game!

  3. Luis Del Castillo

    I learn something new every time I read your blog

  4. I really like the comparison of learning self-acceptance to maintaining a home. It takes many of us a lot of time to learn and, more importantly, to accept that things will fall apart but that doesn’t mean they have to stay broken.

  5. I was always amazed at colleagues who stopped learning after receiving their qualification.

  6. I’m in the process of learning (again and again) that is a great deal more difficult on me when I have expectations in people–friends or strangers. I deliver a great big sigh of release when I lay those expectations down.

    Hope your conference was a great resource for you, Ann.

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