Self-Centeredness

It is bad, no doubt.  Is it better when my self-centeredness involves my own gratitude and contentment?  Is that better than when I think about how bad things are for me, how I’m put-upon, neglected, unappreciated or having bad luck?

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One thought on “Self-Centeredness

  1. I find that being grateful tends to get me out of the “woe is me” feeling. I still tend to backslide, but thank heavens for “progress, not perfection” and the 10th Step! Have a good one!!

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