Throughout history, it seems to us that men always find it easier to cope with life changes and new situations. They adapt quickly to a new way of life. In women, this adjustment is slightly different. Women always assess the risks first. They are trying to adapt to new life situations step by step.
The flow of life is controlled, but there are times when we have to make quick and abrupt decisions, change our environment, embark on an unpredictable life path.
Women sometimes have many choices available. Sometimes that choice is narrowed down or brought to a “finished act”. The changes are good. We need to understand for ourselves that it is best to accept them without much thought.
Women need to look at new life circumstances as a challenge. They need to confront themselves, their habits and established rituals, their resistance to the other, and the zone of comfort they carry with their routine routine.
How can women achieve this?
The answer is very simple. Any procrastination, over-thinking, and indecisiveness lead to the negative development of a new life situation. Habits make our lives easier because we do everything easily and quickly. Charles Duhigg (Pulitzer Prize winner) is the author of The Power of Habit. He says that most of our day-to-day choices are like the consequences of well-thought-out decision-making. Our choices, however, are habits that, over time, have a major impact on us, our health, happiness, productivity and material security. There are bad habits (eating bad food, smoking, etc.) and invisible habits (when resisting new things out of our fear). It is evident that women have become stronger and stronger throughout history. They are quicker and easier to resist when threatened by men, other women and children.
The power of habit
Women need courage
This is a true statement: women need more courage. Where to find the inspiration for courage. In ourselves, in our conscience and psyche and in small daily exercises that can help us become more courageous. Most women have more courage than they think they have.
Dale Carnegie, author of How to Stop Worrying and Start Living, says that women have to deal with daily stress, turn bad habits into good habits. Mr Carnegie further emphasizes that we must not allow fear and anxiety to hinder our lives and guide our decisions and life choices. A woman’s comfort zone is her oasis of peace of mind, and at all costs, women strive to avoid change. That must not be so. If the comfort zone is disturbed, women have to do everything but to move out of that bad comfort zone and start a new life. The most common disease of the 21st century is loneliness. Women feel most comfortable in their daycare if they have free time, and will do nothing to meet new people, socialize and change their lives. They fear change, resist, and refuse to face new situations. How then to expect a new life and a new future. Hardly or by no means. We return to the state of mind and psyche again. We have to step into the new ourselves and wait for what will happen. We need to be prepared to accept whatever newspapers life brings us. Similar to accepting a cup of coffee. With joy and optimism. New is good. New brings happiness, gives us strength and optimism. We become stronger and more confident in ourselves. Women need to arm themselves with confidence. More times, they will gain in new life situations, and fewer times they will be at a loss. Proven history.
Courage, patience and perseverance
We need to rationally decide what we want to change and go one step at a time. Life does not change overnight. Walk in small steps, but always walk. Don’t give up, be determined. Give yourself double the time, and remind yourself that change is good. Tell yourself the benefits of change, rejoice in them. The goal is to encourage life to move for the better. Replace bad habits with good habits. Step by step. And you are already halfway to success. You just have a goal in front of you.