The Amazing Way Your House Influences Your Behavior & What To Do When You Can't Forgive
Published August 30, 2018
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    If you want to ask someone on a date, you could call them up and ask or you could send a text or email. So which of those methods is most effective? We begin this episode with the interesting answer. When someone walks into your home, they immediately make assumptions about you. So what do people assume about you? What does your home say? According to Winifred Gallagher author of the book, House Thinking: A Room by Room Look at How We Live , it says a lot. What’s also interesting is that your house and its contents have impact and influence on you – in terms of how you think and behave. Join me as Winifred explains the fascinating and often undetected relationship you have with your home. Whether or not you are happy depends on a lot of factors. But there is one BIG factor in your life that can make or break your happiness. Listen as I tell you what it is. Being able to forgive someone for something they have done is considered virtuous. Many religions teach the importance of forgiveness. But what if you can’t or won’t forgive? What if what was done to you is unforgivable – then what? Is forgiveness the only way to unburden yourself? No, according to Gary Egeberg, author of the book, The Forgiveness Myth Sometimes forgiveness is NOT the answer and Gary explains what the alternatives are. This Week's Sponsors Daily Harvest. Get 3 cups free in your first order of amazing smoothies and savory harvest bowls. Go to and use promo code: something Hotel Tonight. Download the app Hotel Tonight to your phone and get $25 off your first eligible booking. Brilliant Earth. For the 12 month financing offer and to shop all of Brilliant Earth’s selections - Just go to Hoka One One. Get free expedited shipping on your first pair of shoes by going to use the promo code SYSK
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