Okay, i completed my first dare of the day! (This whole month terrifies me…)
I live off a golf course, and today I called and asked the manager if they would reimburse me to repair a window screen damaged by a golf ball. He was very nice but said no, that the course’s policy was that homeowners insurance covers that.
I hung up feeling stupid and ashamed. My thoughts are:
It was stupid to ask. Of course insurance pays for that. Who do you think you are?
I know that I am making his response mean that I am somehow stupid or too much for asking. This feels like a detriment to self confidence instead of a boost. What can I practice thinking instead?
I also realize that I had an attachment to the outcome, which I think isn’t the point of the dares.