The bottom line is that motivation comes from within. Sometimes another person can inspire us, or what they do or say sets an example that lights a little spark inside of us, to where we want to do/have/be what they've got. But just because someone "ought" to do something, doesn't mean they're ready to put forth the time or energy, or have the inclination, to change.
You said yourself, you haven't been on Spark in a year til this week. You knew Spark was here. You just weren't ready yet. And just because you're ready, doesn't mean anyone else in your family is too. Even if it seems like they *ought* to be.
Like others have said, your best bet is to talk them about your goals, and enlist their support. And be a good example-- by watching you losing weight and getting fit, it might inspire one or more of them to join you.
Ruth in Cookeville, TN Central Time Zone
Promise me you'll always remember: You're braver than you believe, and stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think - Christopher Robin to Pooh
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