You may feel that nothing ever changes. You may think that you are at a mercy of your habits and repetitive thoughts. You may think that it is pointless to try to change for the better because you don’t think you can. How little you know. Your brain is capable of new learnings, your brain cells are ready to expand their communications, and you are capable of change. You are capable of change in a way that is positive for you. The brain keeps rewiring itself continuously whether you are aware of it or not. Every day is an opportunity to do something you have not done before; something that is positive and encouraging and something that will make you feel better. You can stand on the positive side of change if you become an active participant and make decisions that are good for you. Your brain will respond to all actions even to thoughts alone. You may choose a new book to read, you may choose to go out for a nice walk, you may choose to cook a special meal for the family or just for yourself, or you may decide to call an old friend. You have obviously decided to read my Blog. These decisions are important because your brain is responding to these actions by releasing neurotransmitters that make you feel good. Doing things that tell you that you are taking care of yourself are enabling your brain to function at its best. You are actively participating on the constant chemical responses in your brain with the choices that you make. You active participation starts with the smallest of things. Should you wear blue or green top? The choice is yours. Which do you prefer?