WILL POWER VS. WON’T POWER
From an early age parents teach children about willpower. And, of course, willpower plays an important role in our lives and in our society –causing us to control our reactions and impulsiveness.
However, willpower too often falls into the category of “if a little is good, a lot must be great.” We are bombarded with messages that tell us to believe that if we can’t do something by ourselves then it must be because we are weak and undeserving.
That is not true.
In fact, research shows that willpower is a limited resource. Sure, a handful of individuals seem to be able to will/force themselves to go above and beyond normal limits. For most of us, though, researchers found there is a limited, even daily amount of willpower available to us.
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