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Stuck in a rut? Life is full of beginnings and endings. One chapter closes, another begins.
Change can be a good thing — no matter how small.
Consider the butterfly effect. The theory is that a butterfly's wings might create tiny changes in the atmosphere that may ultimately delay, accelerate or even alter the path of a tornado. In other words, one small change can result in large differences later.
It’s true, even small changes can make a big difference — for you and others. Have you ever noticed the small actions of another that influenced you in a big way? Or how the minor roles we play in the lives of others resulted in significant differences for them later on?
Butterflies are a symbol of spring because they are synonymous with transformation and change. In keeping with this theme, what healthy changes can you make in your life?
Try these 10 tips to get started:
When you make healthy changes, it becomes like a domino effect. Good things start to happen.
Like the flap of a butterfly’s wings, one small act can yield a windfall of good — not just for you, but for everyone around you.
If you’ve tried all you can and still can’t seem to make a healthy change, consider seeing a professional therapist.
Get support from Linden Oaks Behavioral Health.
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