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  • Finding a better home for my dog

    I have a dog, but I don't want him. I want to pass him off to somebody else who can take care of him as well I have or better.
    How should I phrase my goal?

    I allow myself to find a better home for the dog

    or

    I allow myself to have found a better home for the dog

    The first one is more direct, but it sounds like I have to do something.
    The second sounds like I don't have to do anything. Which one is best?

  • #2
    I suggest, I allow my dog to have a happy home and owner. Finding one might not mean that he will have one. And to find, to have found are future tense always pushing it off into the future. Unnecessary in the goal you have defined so I'd just drop find and found.

    Alex

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    • #3
      Thanks.

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      • #4
        Hi ICan!

        How about I now have the perfect dog loving person for my dog to live with from now on.

        Whenever someone says "but I have to do something" they are indicating that they are resistant to taking action steps. When we resistant to taking action steps we are resistant to having the goal. The degree that we resist anything is the degree to which we are resistant to everything. Release on resistance to taking action steps and also work with a goal statement.

        Best,
        Delilah
        www.theaccordcenter.net

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