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Can You Really Not Teach an Old Dog New Tricks?

Can You Really Not Teach an Old Dog New Tricks?

When am I going to learn? I think I learn but then I realize … I didn’t learn.

I know, I’ve been hard on myself lately. But I feel that I need to realize that I’m “doing something wrong” so I actually make the bigger, harder, gargantuan effort of trying to change that habit.

But then I don’t change. I do the same mistakes. The ones where I say, I sometimes even state or yell, “I won’t do this anymore!” Then I’ll do it. Again. Then I’ll do it again. What’s up with that? How do you get rid of bad habits? Are they engrained in yourself? When am I going to learn? Or maybe I can’t “learn” but it’s just me. It’s going to be me, that’s just me, that’s what I do. I do some same thing and don’t improve or fix it or change it.

I’ll keep trying.

Can a new dog learn old tricks? No, it's the old dog and new tricks. Ugh.

Can a new dog learn old tricks? No, it’s the old dog and new tricks. Ugh.

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Bradley

I don’t like to call them excuses. They’re priorities. With a handful of exceptions, we usually have a choice in our actions. They just need to be prioritized.

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