Over the last two years we have had our dog Pax, He was separated from his mother in Northern Ireland when only five weeks old, then sent down to Darlington Dogs Trust.
One of the things we have noticed regarding his habits is that He prefers to lie on the floor, We have always wondered why He does this when he has his own blanket dog bed and cushions, All we can think of is that as a puppy He had nowhere to relax in a comfortable way, so it is what He knows from His past that is dictating what He prefers a hard life on hard floors.
Pain seems to be the same, we continue our life of hard choices when it comes to pain and chronic illness over long periods of time.and confirm by our actions the hard knocks we have from a multitude of organizations and medical professionals. This does not mean that we want to be uncomfortable in our medical conditions and life choices. What it could be that like Pax we hang onto these forced conditions that are offered to us now and in the past. This does not need to be the case we can strive to become more comfortable in our own skin, too Hell with everyone else we deserve to be comfortable and make those negative life choices a thing of the past. and shout from our corner.
One of the main problems we can have regarding above we become frightened of change, What if??, comes to the fore or will I upset someone ?, other reasons , can are not listed here. Life is to short to allow these feelings even when negative thought prevent us making these changes. Just like Pax and his cushion, life is soft why make life hard, we all deserve a pain free life sitting on a comfortable seat. We do not need to be frightened regarding these positive changes.
If we fail, we pick ourselves up and try something new we try and become a master of our life, no matter how awkward life can become, we deserve it for ourselves not for other parties
All the best