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Are we creatures of habit or Afraid of change?
If it ain't broke why fix it and if it is broke let someone else fix it?
Changing requires effort and self-discipline!
Most people are too lazy to put in the effort to make changes. Oftentimes we're not willing to do whatever it takes to have what we (say) we want! Creating "new habits" is a challenge for most of us.
When we change our circumstances change.
by Grace Marguerite Williams3 years ago
Why are some women afraid to be alone, oftentimes preferring to be in a less than positive/respectful, even abusive relationship rather than to be alone which they deem to be equivalent to being in the ninth circle of...
by mikielikie6 years ago
If someone is broke down on the side of the road do you stop and help?
by Shaloo Walia2 years ago
If we learn from our mistakes, why are we always so afraid to make a mistake?
by Stephanie Hicks6 years ago
How can you break a habit of yelling at your kids?Yelling is not an effective way to get your point across or discipline. How can you stop yelling if you do it all the time? Can you help someone else stop...
by Kathryn L Hill2 years ago
The cultural habit of wives living 100% for their husbands subsided in the fifties and sixties, but perhaps today some women have slipped back into this mind-set for whatever reason. Maybe there is a good reason for...
by rutley4 years ago
What habit of someone else are you most annoyed by?co-workers, spouse, family members, kids, general public, etc.
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