Have you ever had trouble making a decision? Perhaps you were worried by the thought that you might make a wrong choice. What would others think if you made a mistake?
The greatest single hindrance to the solution of most problems is anxiety that the solution will not be right. Very often a decision is wrong. But this decision can be altered when recognized and admitted and discussed. When an honest decision has been arrived at, there is no shame in the fact that it might be wrong. Live with the problem long enough to change it. Seemingly insurmountable problems have a remarkable way of reducing themselves when viewed in the clear light of proper perspective. Have faith in your decision and your right to change it.