Why, When We Know What We Are Supposed To Do To Better Ourselves We Most Often Don't Choose It?

Blog Post created by jonescarp.aka.dale.Jan_2007 on Feb 11, 2015

We get in a comfort zone. It's our nature to want safety, security and not continually be in fight or flight mode.

Perhaps it's due to circumstances we do not control. A relationship.  There certainly Is the need for something that fills the need for comfort and releases dopamine.

Smoking was actually a very easy way to be comfortable. But, not good for us.

If you look at Quitting Smoking, Weight Loss, Athletic Achievement or any other of a multitude of things, they can all pretty much be achieved with the same willingness to make change.

So, perhaps we begin to create a new comfort zone by beginning to chip away at it?

(one day at a time)