Becoming a Better You
“The highest reward for man’s toil is not what he gets from it, but what he becomes by it.” (John Ruskin)
Being ScreamFree is hard — especially if you try doing it on a consistent basis. It takes humility, hard work, and a willingness to learn difficult lessons about yourself. It’s a way of life that’s different from what most people know, and it takes continual effort.
Why do all this? Two reasons: (1) the people around you and (2) you.
More often than not, being ScreamFree will have a calming effect on the people around you. By remaining calm and present, you can become a calming presence in the world around you. But even if the people around you never change, you will. In practicing self-control and self care day-by-day, you’re building muscle — emotional muscle that will benefit you and everyone around you for the rest of your life.