“Thank you for your insight thoughts & research in you blog posts. I find a majority of them dead on to an issue I’ve been thinking about. They have helped me get a different perspective or even the answer I’ve been looking for. I’m sure you are helping many of us through issues. I want to take the time to give you my thanks, and keep it up.” – Jonathan
This is a message Jonathan left on the Contact Form. I haven’t included it in today’s blog to boast. That isn’t how I work, but did want to raise one or two important messages from Jonathan’s views on what my site has done for him.
Many years ago I used to think that my life would just right itself and things would miraculously change without me having to do anything. It would go on to take me many years to understand that I needed to be pro-active in my thinking. I needed to act.
The CP Diary is a tool for anyone who wants to bring about change in their lives. Reading my blogs helps bring about new perspectives, allowing us to make changes based on our own experiences and lives.
Taking part in and responding on the site is another way of being pro-active. Actively posting, allows us to think about what we deal with and compare notes and experiences with other people, who talk about their experiences on the site and through my responses on their experiences.
When I’m not writing for The CP Diary, I am actively working on my own life, which hasn’t been and still isn’t easy. Whilst I appreciate The CP Diary cannot make everything right, it allows us to understand how best to function with a view to change; it is those changes that will go on to make a difference.