“Why the heck did I just do that?” There have been times in my life when I’ve had to ask myself this question. I’m sure that you have, too.
It’s been said time and time again that we are our own worst enemies. When we don’t understand why we do the things we do, we can live our entire lives being a victim. We might blame our troubles on unforeseen circumstances, God, the universe, and other people.
But, what if we took that difficult glimpse into ourselves and recognized our weak areas that are currently sabotaging us from reach our health goals? Read the rest of this article at Young & Raw by clicking here.
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