Thinking Back

For those of us who struggle, we may often times find ourselves looking back. We may think about how we once did things with ease and now, those same actions seem difficult. While focusing on the past can have negative ramifications such as causing us to feel depressed or hopeless, there is a way to reflect on the past and use it to our benefit.

For starters, even when looking at what once came easily and may now seem difficult, we can turn the fact that we now struggle into something positive. How? We can realize that since we were once able to do that action with ease, we still can. We just have to work our hardest to accomplish that goal! That may not seem simple, but it is possible.

Additionally, thinking about the past can be a good thing. Many of us (even if it doesn’t always seem obvious) have made progress when it comes to facing our fears, getting through our anxiety, and overcoming our obstacles. Many of us have made tremendous strides in accomplishing our goals. By reflecting on the past, we can see just how far we’ve come. Perhaps we’re not exactly where we want to be, but the fact that we’ve made progress is extremely important.

So next time you find yourself focusing on the past in a negative light, try to remember all of the positive ways you can think about the past. Think about how far you’ve come and how with continued hard work, you can become even more successful!

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Two Formats, One Haunting Book!

B.W. Ginsburg

Hey everybody! My new short story collection, Hell’s Radio, is now available in both Kindle and paperback formats. Simply visit Amazon.com or this link to check them out! I am super excited to share these stories with you and the awesome cover designed by my good friend, Lillith Adams! Lillith is super creative and talented and I couldn’t have asked for a cooler cover than the one she designed!

Once again, here is the breakdown of the three stories that can be found in my new fiction collection, Hell’s Radio:

Hell’s Radio: Terrance Manning is fourteen years old and on the road to disaster. He smokes, steals, starts fires, and even carries a gun. When he visits a garage sale and steals a clock radio, his existence changes forever.

Haunted Love: In this horrific parody, Sarah Night is fresh out of college and looking for a roommate. She…

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