Do you remember that advert?
Isn't it funny how we are often asked to choose between one thing and another - why can't we like them both equally? I like healthy food and bad for you food so why can't I eat both? Giggle
But on a serious level, sometimes things that we want are not good for us and we really shouldn't have them. Even more confusing are the things that we think we want that are really really not good for us and instead of avoiding them like the plague we run towards them. These things can destroy our lives especially when they go bad. The crucial thing is to be able to look back and say - this was not a good thing but now I'm over it and life has moved on.
The best thing about choices is that if you make the wrong one, in theory, you have the ability to make the change you need to. However, if you have made the wrong choice over and over again - you begin to doubt your ability to know what the right choice for you actually is and it can seem that maybe all the good things you have found for yourself could disappear in the blink of an eye.
Self-doubt is probably the most destructive emotion that the human race ever discovered, named and kept close to their bosoms. It can destroy a person from the inside out whether it be at work, at home, within a relationship or devastatingly within their entire persona. Listen to your insides - if it feels right then it is. If there is even the slightest waver of 'I don't know' then you have a decision to make. One that is slightly more weighty than Daddy or chips.
A serious blog topic that many might think represents the grasshopper's frame of mind. To this, all I can say is it used to but now I have the Daddy and the chips. Life is good x