By Stefany J
There’s something extremely habitual about our personalities. It’s no wonder that change is something that only takes place as a result of an external “triggering,” if you will. I know that for the most part, I believe that each and every one of us is inherently the same; at least deep down on the inside that is.
What happens when a person decides that they are tired of being the same person they’ve always been, or they are sick and tired of being sick and tired? This whole new movement of being “relationship” focused and driven has certainly exhausted itself in recent years. I think people have talked themselves to death about relationships: “he said this”, “she said that”, “Men feel this”, “women think that”, “Men need this, and women want that.”
How about we stop talking the talk and walk the walk? I understand the sentiments of when a person knows better they do better, however, there is also such a thing as beating a dead horse.
There is a book titled “7 Habits of Highly Effective People.” How about we just use those same sentiments we need to be effective in business and modify our behaviors to start implementing them in our personal lives and relationships?
Maybe then we can begin to BE the change we want to have in our lives so badly and our relationships with one another will follow suit.