The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 8
Re: Why is it so hard?
Posted By: Jan
In Response To: Why is it so hard? (Michelle)
It is hard. I think it is because of a couple of things. First, there are so many other plans out there that are bogus and harmful that everyone is skeptical to say the least and a little bit leary as well.
Also, it is much easier to convince someone who is open to the idea in the first place. If a person is ready for a change, then a nudge in the right direction is a welcome thing. However, if it isn't the right time for them, you will usually need a crow bar to open the mind up to accept any new ideas.
I think the best way to convince everyone that this is the right thing, is just by example. If you feel great, look great and keep feeling and looking great, they will eventually come around. I can see that with my husband who is slowly opening up the the remote possibility that maybe, perhaps, could be a good thing for him to try, too.
Like I've said before - go figure!!!!
Just keep up the good work - keep positive thoughts and everyone will be beating down your door to find out what you know.
Hugs and happiness,
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Michelle -- Sunday, 24 January 1999, at 9:20 p.m.
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