In part one I shared about the need to have our attitude and thinking re-adjusted a process that takes commitment, time and patience. The same practices we’ve applied to getting our bodies healthier are the same steps that apply here. It’s the workout of our minds.
You may be familiar with this statement “garbage in, garbage out”, which speaks to what we feed our minds. If we’re in the habit of feeding our minds with information which produce a negative impact, then our withdrawal will be the same. This explanation would invoke a common sense response of – “duh, that’s a no brainer.” However, how many of us purposefully do that? It is simple; if we want to make positive healthy withdrawals, then we have to make positive healthy deposits. (more…)