Commitment to Change
Updated: Feb 3
Hi! I'd like to talk to you about my lunch
yesterday with two of my friends.
One of them is a newer found friend.
We were at my favorite restaurant.
My new found friend was opening up about her
past and her travels on a spiritual basis and
and started the conversation with
"You don't know the health journey that I have embarked on."
She moved from California on this health
And that journey was
related to her relationship with food.
She has lost over 125 pounds.
Her friends back home when they see
her are astounded and and can't believe
what has happened.
Some of them at first don't recognize her.
Her commitment to change and her sincere
desire to change has allowed her to experience
a spiritual physical and mental growth.
And it shows.
And she's still on that path.
And it really is truly amazing.
Our other friend in the conversation
laid out some elements that struck me
as a child of a dysfunctional family
particularly the alcoholic family.
And it turns out all three of us
were adult children of alcoholism.
My friend when she started talking about it,
how the conversation evolved and the habits
patterns and ways of thinking and reacting
that she had I related so much to and I shared
my experience strength of hope in recovery.
I told her that if she wanted
to address those issues
and to change her life as it relates to her
childhood and how those character traits
which we developed as children in
order to survive can be removed.
That she could be released from
the effects of those occurrences.
and restored. I would be happy to help her with that.
Do you have a desire to change your life
and think I can help? Give me a
call, we will talk about it. Text me.