Hello! Thanks for taking the time to read this little post about motivation and how it helps in a lot of things, especially changing for the better, whether you’re reading this at the start of the New Year or at any other time. Last time, we discussed tips on how a little discipline can help keep your resolutions fulfilled. Today, we’ll be talking about support (and by that I do not mean athletic support for your dangling bits).
The kind of support I am talking about is roughly divided into two – offline support and online support. But before I get into that, allow me to dispel a few stereotypes about us guys – after all, there is such a thing as the Bro Code.
While it IS stereotyped that men usually do not ask for help (and consider it unmanly to do so), times like these require a touch of subtlety. You don’t go waltzing up to your friends and say “I just got 2 inches from my Quick Extender Pro!” – unless you have a telemarketing job, but that’s far beside the point.
Phrased correctly, you do not have to actually ask for help from your friends. All you need to do is say something along these lines – “…so I heard that a friend of mine was quitting smoking. He says he has to chew gum every so often.” – and then your friend answers with “My friend uses electronic cigarettes”, while another says that he uses patches. It takes practice to have a mind fast enough to lay the bait and catch these hints, but the sooner you start, the sooner you’ll get good at it, and weigh whether your friends’ statements work.
But beside that, it is not only the people you ask for help with kicking your bad habits and making your good ones who can exert an influence on you. You might have already noticed it, but there are the kind of people who shoot others’ ideas down. They radiate a lot of negative energy and cynicism, and try to infect others into thinking the same way they do – often inadvertently. If you’re itching to start the new year right, limit contact with people like this, as their spirit tends to be contagious. Surround yourself with positive people and positive energy so that you can be encouraged to stay on the path – and this is doubly recommended when you’ve slipped (took a puff, had a drink, missed a day on the Quick Extender Pro penis enlargement program, things like that). One unkind comment can send your resolve plummeting faster than bad stocks, while one hopeful remark will allow you to stand up like Rocky in the 12th round and keep swinging until the last bell rings.
It’s also a very good idea for you to inform those close to you about your planned attempt at reinventing yourself (through stopping smoking, stopping drinking, more exercise, eating healthier, penile enlargement, etc). They’ll be a good source of reinforcement should you find your resolve wavering… and they may give you information about what you’re doing – if you’re by some chance going at it in the wrong way. Never underestimate the support your family and other loved ones can give you if they know you’re exerting the effort to be a better person.
Also, if you have a significant other, I’m sure she will be a tremendous source of encouragement and support if you include her into your support network – after all, something that takes a lot of attention at first will require another pair of eyes – and hands – at least.
Now that we’ve glossed over your real-life contacts and how they can help give you moral support for your quest to improve yourself, let’s go onto online support this time.
There exist a lot of message boards, social networking sites, forums, and even image boards where one can talk about “out with the bad and in with the good”. While this has its own set of benefits (anonymity for one), you’ll find that the Internet is a minefield of its own. For your safety, tread carefully and conscientiously.
And if you are after information, yes, there are a lot of articles like this one – that do offer their own brand of help when it comes to conquering bad habits and cultivating new ones. I wouldn’t go so far as to say that this is better – just different. Not only that, while this article has a wide scope, a lot of you reading this are currently wondering if they should take the plunge and commit to the idea of penis enlargement.
Penis Enlargement might not be for everyone, but there are also those who – because of medical reasons (such as Peyronie’s Disease and extreme congenital penile curvature) have to undergo penile enlargement therapy – follow through with it, and I wish you all the best in your efforts to get it done.
With all of that, there is no doubt that should you take on a challenge to dramatically better yourself, don’t ever think that this is a lone struggle. There are those who can and will give you the assistance you require if you but look – and start with the people close to you.
That’s all for now… but next, a portion dedicated to the metaphorical bumps in the road towards fulfilling your resolutions and making yourself better. Watch out for it!