THE FEAR OF CHANGE

 

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To be honest my “comfort zone” is NOT comfortable

but it is all I know. The ritualistic norms that we

apply to our sense of normalcy in life.

Coffee, TV, Foods, Cigarettes, Cliques, relationships

that give us an energy that is sometimes no longer appreciated

same shows, same times, same phone call, same habits

that we know are not in our best interest. the other habit is saying

the other predictable habit is saying

how we are NOT going to do this/that anymore and then like

clockwork back to the same ritualistic behavior.

When I quit smoking I did not know what to do with my arms

when I walked down the street, I was so used to using the

using the cigarette as a prop in my presentation

(good or bad it was my mask)

CHANGE is HARD but it was overdue

If you want to change you have to be willing to

be UNCOMFORTABLE…(Is your comfort zone really comfortable anyway?)

Comments

4 comments on “THE FEAR OF CHANGE”
  1. ellenbest24 says:

    Life is too short to stagnate even in comfort. 😇

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  2. You are so right that change is uncomfortable, but it’s the only way to grow. 🙂

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  3. Soul Gifts says:

    Spot on ! The comfort zone can be a stuckness and rigidity, an unwillingness to encounter the new, to change. I’m stepping out of mine – at the second to top stair 🙂

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  4. I’m very often in the “I’ll try to do it”-Status. 😉

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