Monday, February 28, 2011

Making a Choice by Decision

Making decisions is one of the most time consuming chores of being human. Being mentally disabled, we find ourselves seeking advice to make choices and often times we don’t always make the right decisions. This may be because of our own intellect, being forced to look in other directions or even the use of drugs, alcohol or prescribed medications.
Being able to make the right decisions doesn’t mean, intense soul searching, yet it does entail a quiet place where you can examine the thoughts in question. Know that you have questions that are a part of solving the problem, which may help you to make the proper decisions; there is an answer somewhere! Adding and subtraction are the basics to solving math problems, and they are the basics to making decisions.
If you look into the world of computers and computer programmers, you will find they use a technique of adding and subtracting to solve very complicated problems which lead to decisions which solve other problems. I have begun to learn many different problem solving techniques which have led to making decisions about my personal life. It doesn’t take logic or computer programming to know what should be right, experience is the best teacher and advice can be solace.
Written by Donald Sammons

2 comments:

  1. I really appreciate your post and you explain each and every point very well.Thanks for sharing this information.And I’ll love to read your next post too.

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  2. I've been looking through "mental health" blogs and yours is the first that proompted me to look for what your problem actually is. What I mean is, I have bipolar schizoaffective so for me I'm either depressed in which case I can't decide (as I see it) among equally useless meaningless options or manic when everything seems equally amazing and I can just go with anything. And the schizophrenic part makes the detail the mania brings out so very confusing I just end up paralysed each time.

    So to put it in a nutshell I related to your post: I'm shit at making decisions.

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