Weighing the cost of decisions
While I was talking with a patient about the perils of having an affair, she stated “No! the cost of an affair is too high!” It caused me to realize that there are decisions that we make that cost too much as well. But the question remains…”Why do I make the decisions to do what I do even if I know the cost is too high?” What we are doing is attempting to meet a temperament need in a negative or ungodly way. It’s not the temperament need that costs too much, but it’s the way we meet it. The key is knowing what your temperament is to begin with….The Penewit Center can help!Register with us! You will get timely news emails that discuss temperament and related subjects. You will have access to “members only” content too!