December 20, 2007

Don't Dwell on Unwinnable Conflicts

Move on. The problems you spend your time and energy on should both be important and improvable. Otherwise, you are better off moving on to things you can change.
—David Niven, Ph.D. in Don't Dwell on Unwinnable Conflicts: Number 82 of The 100 Simple Secrets of Happy People

Many people experience conflict in balancing their time between work and home. Studies find that people who want to spend more time in both settings wind up feeling decreased satisfaction at home and at work. Those who recognize that their limited time is a conflict without a readily available solution are one–more likely to feel comfortable with themselves than those who do not.
—Caproni p. 1997. "Work/Life Balance: You Can't Get There From Here." Journal of Applied Behavioral Science 33: 46.

Source: The 100 Simple Secrets of Happy People: What Scientists Have Learned and How You Can Use It. by David Niven, Ph.D. 2000 HarperCollins ISBN: 0-06-251650-7
See also: Country Inns & Suites by Carlson Read & Return It program.'s Faces of the Fallen: By age: 43-year-olds
U.S. Service members who died in Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom

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