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If you could cure any of your ailments, improve on any of your weaknesses, or ca

  1. Daniel J. Neumann profile image60
    Daniel J. Neumannposted 7 years ago

    If you could cure any of your ailments, improve on any of your weaknesses, or calm any of your...

    anxieties, which aspect (of you) would you fix? Personally, I'd erase all my fearful angst of social situations, although I'd be sacrificing my courage in the process. Never mind.  I'd rather have the best memory for faces and names—though I'd lose that part of me that describes people from a distance. Just kidding. Hmmm I’d end all my back pain. (But what would happen to my bluesy inspiration?) This is harder than I thought. How might you change yourself, if you had one, sure-fire-way of overcoming a flaw?

  2. skgrao profile image72
    skgraoposted 7 years ago

    Please take up breathing exercises as suggested by
    Swamy Yog guru Ramdevji of PATHANJALI YOG PEETH
    of  HARIDWAR in INDIA.
    Visit website:-

    http://www.divyayoga.com/miscellaneous/ … ining.html

  3. wingedcentaur profile image85
    wingedcentaurposted 7 years ago

    Good Day Daniel J. Neumann

    I'd get rid of my self-doubt, if only I couldn't be sure that wouldn't wipe away my empathy... Here we go...

    I guess I'd end my procrastination, if that wouldn't wipe away my self-doubt which in turn wipes away my empathy....

    I suppose I could "toughen up," develop a "thicker skin," more of a comfort with confrontation, take on the HubPages forums, for example.... If I could be sure that wouldn't make me rigid, narrow-minded, and empathy-challenged.... and if I did take on the forums I would be depriving myself of so much fun here on the Q & A.

    I don't mean insult to anyone but it takes a certain type to be "successful" in the forums.

    But seriously, I think I'd like to tame my rampant self-doubt somewhat. I tend to think things are much harder than they usually turn out to be. Still, I want to use caution because changing one thing might always have a domino effect changing one into someone he scarcely recognizes or even likes.

  4. LittleStash profile image68
    LittleStashposted 7 years ago

    I would exorcise my demons, at least, those that aren't useful.

  5. Road Trip Amy profile image60
    Road Trip Amyposted 7 years ago

    I would stop biting my fingernails!  So far, it's been my New Year's Resolution about 5 years in a row, and every year I succeed for a couple of months, and then fail.  A magic cure for that would be awesome.

  6. Tom_Radford profile image64
    Tom_Radfordposted 7 years ago

    Now that's a good question. I have a problem where I consider myself to be a nuisance to everyone but myself. It's ridiculous as in my own mind I feel quite normal. If I could change anything it would be this ... for it has held me back from so many opportunities and made me give a poor account of myself on so many occasions. Oh yeah, and I think I'd loose the gut too!

  7. profile image0
    BIKTMIAposted 7 years ago

    Good post probably , without certain factors in your life you find that healing may be different you have to choose to your healing.

 
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