This week I talk about a revolutionary break-through I’ve had with letting go of should statements. Should statements gave me a false sense of improvement and a whole lot of guilt, not to mentioned narrowed my choices down to two.  By changing “I should” to “I would like to”, I uncover my priorities and then make a decision.

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