I have this theory that most of us, deep down, know exactly what changes we need to make in our lives. But these changes are uncomfortable and scary and we keep their screams for attention muffled under layers and layers of status quo. We go to work, we fold the laundry, we watch our shows, we lather, we rinse, we repeat. What was that? Oh nothing, nothing at all. Carry on.
Maybe at some level, we don't believe our lives are truly our own. Maybe we convince ourselves that because these changes might disrupt our routines or upset people we love, we can't make them because they aren't fully ours to make. So we don't say the hard thing to say. We don't do the hard thing t...
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