I generally have trouble with change as I am a person who likes routine and predictability.
However, some changes I like and look forward to. I like vacation. I like special day trips to different places around the state, I like to camp, I LOVE a new tube of lipstick or some other colored make up (but I like the predictability of the same good foundation).
Sorry for any ambiguity in the post y'all I tend to be scattered and random at times.... But I have always bristled at change, like its some kind of direct challenge to my security. But I am working to discover why I fear it. I think I relate change to pain and fear. But sometimes change is the catalyst for wonderful transformations! Note to self- don't be such a whimp!
Edited by: MIDROAD at: 1/29/2013 (10:51)
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Your question was about approaching or avoiding conflict; then you adjusted that to how we approach change. I'm bored easily so I often change up my exercises, try new foods, even my daily routine. Now dealing with conflict is another matter entirely.
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I would love to tell ya I embrace it but as I got about two pounds from goal and then ran back to where I started and as I head back the other way again...I have to say maybe i'm just a bit scared of change.
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