Some people struggle with change. They fight it, they avoid it, they fear it, and sometimes they feel guilty about it. These notions would make anyone want to keep things as same as possible. One would think that only adrenaline junkies and dysfunctional people would want to disrupt what could be a perfectly normal situation for something that could be worse… or better!
Taking time out to reflect and assess your current life circumstances can help you to focus on the areas of your life you may want to change. For myself, I turn on some soft music, make a hot cup of tea, and burn a lovely candle. This ritual helps me to get into the right frame of mind, it soothes me, and allows me to evaluate my thoughts, feelings, and life.
Assuming the glass is half-full and can only hold more - there are risks to change, but the positive truths about change far outweigh the disadvantages. Let’s take a look:...
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