Getting better at something can often feel like an awkward experience. You may even want to revert to old ways because they feel normal to you. This can cause a major setback in what you have been working toward. Sometimes getting better at something can even be accidental. I have been putting some thought into the way I react and respond to situations that arise in my life that are able to be prevented with the proper know how. I began to think of how many times I may be responding and reacting because I have failed to instill the proper routine for complete prevention. Hearing people state things like I am hungry or tired have become normalized. If one eats and rest at the proper time, they wouldn't even use the language to describe that experience or even want to get to that point. In fact, in my personal life I may need to prevent myself from getting into those experiences by using resources that I actually have access to and also by not just making those type of statements that cause our minds to focus on something that may not be true or may be out of context. if in your life food and rest is readily available the proper thought to have may be "let me go get some strawberries" and then eat them or "I am going to lay down to take a nap", and then do so. Being specific and noticing discrepancies in our lifestyle and routine are imperative. There are somethings that should be so ingrained within us at some point that prevention does not even need to become a topic.