Mr. Fred Rogers share his ritual of putting on slippers and changing into a cardigan as a way of getting comfortable each day; allowing us to feel as though we were at home with him.
You may want to argue the point, but what do you get from a useless debate? The more important question is what do you lose?
At some point, an adult in our life tells us to sit down, shut up, suck it up, pull yourself together, etc… and we are told not to do that thing which, comes so naturally.
If you can eliminate your bad habit for at least 21 days, the odds of beating it all together is greatly improved.
We are creatures of habit and without realizing it, we tend to slip into comfortable routines that create the potential for chunks of monotony to set in.
It’s a reminder to your psyche that YOU have authority over your actions.
People stop being random subjects in our space and we begin to notice their humanity. When we pay close attention we can discern worry, joy, hesitation, and humor in people's facial expressions and body language.
Failure to think of yourself as one part of a whole may lead to your partner feeling as if they don’t matter.