Thank you, thank me

The way I got interested in this was I noticed in myself, when I growing up and until a few years ago, that I would want to say Thank You to someone, I would want to praise them, I would want to take in their praise of me — and I’d just stop it.


And I asked myself, Why?


I mean, I felt shy.  I felt embarrassed.


And then my question became, Am I the only one who does this?


So I decided to investigate.

~ From Laura Trice suggests we all say thank you (3:28)




Beyond Control is a collection of articles, talks, interviews and whatnot illustrating how people practice the three alternatives to control – surrender, responsibility and intimacy. You can read more about the alternatives here:

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