It's one thing to claim to want to be healthy and another to practice it. For instance my "secret sonny" is drinking diet sodas. I know they're bad for me, but like anything addictive it's hard to quit. Why not addict myself to eating healthy? Makes sense right?
As a recovering alcoholic, I have to fight everyday to stay on the wagon and with my day job it get's difficult. So many types of personalities I have to deal with every day. It can be depressing or up lifting whatever I choose to feel about the situation. After a while it just get's old and I have to reach for the one thing that tastes good going down. A nice smooth diet soda right? Wrong! I'm drinking it because I'm feeling so rotten about myself that I say to heck with the negative consequences. I justify it by saying that at least I'm not drinking alcohol or smoking cigarettes.
One way to make the change is gradual. Pick up better habits. Do one thing different each day. Own what has been done in the past and commit to making positive changes for the future. I try to remember that at one time I was able to resist the temptation to break open a soda and I try to put myself in that frame of mind. The other would be to change the type of job I do and move on, or change my attitude about the job. It's all up to me.
So here's to all of you who have (as Bruce Springsteen says) a "secret sonny," which is something you can't face. Nikken products and technologies can help. With Nikken, I can face my mental and physical challenges, because with the consumables and holistic health technologies, I will win this fight and so can you. Take a look at my WellCare Page which will give you information you can use. Together we can change together and live happier healthier lives and beat your bad habits.