Therapeutic Word of the Day: Time

“Time is relative. Complain and you will not have enough. Make use of what you have.”

Similar to Procrastination, we often as humans have a problem managing time. We often complain there is not “enough time in the day” to get things done. Why is that? Are we creating unrealistic expectations as to what we can get done in a day? Are we unfocused and inefficient? Is it a combination of both?

The truth is, we do not know how much time we have, period. Everything dies, from plants to animals, to stars. There is no guarantee tomorrow will come for anyone. To make the most out of life, we need to focus on living life and focusing on the tasks that will help us live life to the fullest. Sometimes that means working late, others it means spending time with family. Time, like many things in life, is a balance.

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Nathan Driskell

Hello, my name is Nathan Driskell and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor – Supervisor in the Houston / Cypress area specializing in the treatment of Internet Addiction & Asperger’s / Autism. I work with children, adolescents, adults, couples & families.

You can reach me at my website or call me directly at 832-559-3520 if you have any questions. Thank You!
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