Good Friday Morning, Friends! My Soul Intention: It’s your NEED to be right that makes you so wrong. While counseling a couple I am watching for who “needs” to be right. This person is usually the more insecure of the two and they are also the least flexible because they hate losing control. Their need to be right overshadows their ability to be compassionate and cooperative, which often times leads to relationship breakdown. We all have a little bit of a need to be right from time to time, however, if your self-esteem depends on always being right, always having the last say, and getting into others’ faces to prove you’re right, you are actually dead wrong. If you can learn that it’s okay to be wrong sometimes with what you thought, and make apologies as well as offer forgiveness then possibly your relationship can become “right” again. We are most “right” when we don’t NEED to be. Unless you get a “Happy Boss’s Day card from your spouse, friends, or colleagues you are not their boss.