Friday, May 23, 2014


What people resist about change is being changed. They want to be enticed and supported, but not forced. They like to think that changes in their behavior are born of their own motivation to be better people, and they want to take credit for their own growth. They don't want to be made to change; they want to make the change themselves and they want to think it was their idea.
(Sandra A. Crowe, Since Strangling Isn't An Option, p. 35)
23 May 2014

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