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...this is where you say hi back.
Before we get started, what's your name?
I want you to know that whatever you type here is as ephemeral as anything ever will be. The moment you refresh the page, or accidentally X out, or hit the back button, this entire conversation will disappear into oblivion. For eternity. Therefore, be honest with yourself. The point of this excercise is to help you figure things out for yourself.
Now that we've got the disclaimer out of the way, let's get on with it, eh?
Name your problem with one word.
The three main parts of your problem?
Write a haiku about your problem.
Don't worry. Nobody else is watching.
(five, seven, five)
Now that we've hopefully clarified the problem a bit,
What caused your problem?
Why is it a problem?
"Every problem has a gift for you in its hands. We seek problems because we need their gifts." -Richard Bach
What's the gift you'll get from this? One exists, I promise. (:
You see, I think that there's such thing as fate, and I truly believe that everything happens like clockwork, towards a greater end. Everything will happen like it's supposed to, and everything will ultimately be okay. Take the gifts from your problems, the lessons from your failures, the pleasures from your successes. When you are down, never forget how high you've come from your beginning. You were once an embryo who couldn't even breathe for yourself, and now look at you. You are beautiful. You have something to offer. In fact, write down three good things about yourself, right here:
Focus on your looks. (hint: every person has beautiful eyes.)
And now your skills, no matter how trivial they seem to you.
Now your personality.
Look at that. A well rounded, attractive, skilled soul with something to offer!
Never forget how much you have to offer, dear friend.
You are greater and more important to the universe than you will ever possibly be able to comprehend.
Hopefully you have a better understanding of what's going on in your life. That's the point anyway. If you didn't, well, I apologize. I certainly tried. I wish you a very nice day, and a very nice night, and a beautiful tomorrow to follow.
Goodbye, my friend. I love you.