We often look at some events as being difficult. Clearly Real Estate can bring out difficult situations and a good Realtor tries to come up with some solution to mitigate the difficulties. So with that said what is the most difficult or most challenging event you had to face? The answers will be varied...
Some people had to face a death in their family such as brothers, sisters or parents, not an easy situation to deal with and come to terms with. Everyone deals with these events differently. Some get angry, others get depressed. There is no right or wrong answer.
I have dealt with my parents' and Diane's parents' passing, none were easy. I dealt with it my own way and very privately. Only a few people were even aware. I have dealt with many difficult sales transactions, but I always looked for the bright side and how to come up with a solution. Clearly there are times where there are no "magic bullets to solve the problem" then it becomes strictly how you handle the situation and that will determine if your frame of mind will be content, depressed or just plain happy.
Lately there were some very public deaths and clearly not my style of publishing it, but that is the life of being a Celebrity. It is different, than when an average person's family member passes. Either way whether it plays out in the public or private venue, the real issue is that it is a difficult situation to deal with and publicly makes it even harder for the ones who are left behind.
As far as I am concerned it does not matter if you are a liberal or a conservative politically, what really matters is how you deal with the situation.
I have seen people get angry, others became very sad, in my opinion the real issue is how you look at things! That in turn will make the difference whether it will be easier or harder to handle the tragedy.
Tonight I ran into a tread that has been passed around... I guess all day, Charles Krautheimer had written about the fact that his life will shortly come to an end due to health issues.I was so sad to hear this, but when I read his letter I was amazed and inspired. Instead of me summarizing it let me cut and paste an excerpt here and you tell me what your thoughts are...
I leave this life with no regrets. It was a wonderful life – full and complete with the great loves and great endeavors that make it worth living. I am sad to leave, but I leave with the knowledge that I lived the life that I intended.
How awesome is that, to be grateful and have a positive outlook to a difficult situation......can you do that? Think about it....
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