Daniella Whyte

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What Makes Me Unique?


DEAR DANNI: All of my college buddies seem to have found the special thing they are supposed to do in life. I am struggling with finding my own. What makes me unique and how do I know when I have found my special thing?
-Looking For It in Chicago

DEAR LOOKING FOR IT IN CHICAGO: Every person is someone special and every person was made to do something special in life. I’m actually happy you’re at this point where you want to make your life count. Few people arrive at this stage where they actually begin to ask themselves what it is they are supposed to do in life. Read more…

Should I Forgive Someone Who Has Not Asked for Forgiveness?


DEAR DANNI: I have a friend who used to say all kinds of mean things to me and about me. She never apologized for any of it. But recently she seems to have changed and I want her to know that I notice the changes. Should I forgive someone who has not asked for forgiveness but who has at least demonstrated that she is sorry by her actions?
-To Forgive or Not to Forgive in Mississippi

DEAR TO FORGIVE OR NOT TO FORGIVE IN MISSISSIPPI: Forgiving someone who has offended or hurt you, whether that person has asked for forgiveness or not, is more about you being at peace with yourself than about them. Forgiveness is more about our attitude toward the situation, not necessarily about the person’s action. Read more…

How Do I Get In Control of My Life?


DEAR DANNI: I often feel as though I am not in control of my life. My family and friends are always telling me what I should be doing or what I should not be doing. I know what I love to do, but end up spending too much time doing what they want me to do. How do I get in control of my life?
-Not In Control in Arizona

DEAR NOT IN CONTROL IN ARIZONA: That is a good question. Indecisiveness is an issue that many people deal with in life. Unfortunately, if you don’t make decisions – solid decisions – about yourself and your life, there will always be someone or several people around you who will be happy to make them for you. When you allow other people to make decisions for you, you indirectly give them control of your life. In no situation is that healthy. Read more…

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