Through knowledge and a positive viewpoint
One of the most common excuses I hear is “I have bad genes”. An excuse that is followed by an explanation of how this person is predisposed to a certain hardship that may be weight gain, lack of flexibility, high blood pressure, or a myriad of other things.
Saying “I have bad genes” may not be a conscious excuse. We’ve been told our entire lives that there are certain characteristics about ourselves we cannot change. That a trait or health issue is hereditary, our genetics at work. That we’re built or wired a certain way and there’s nothing we can do about it. “That’s just how life goes”.
But what if we could change how we’re built? What if we could change our genetics?Read More