Your problems are your problems!

Jitendra Chouksey
Jitendra Chouksey

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I was sitting with Suniel Shetty Anna few days back for some discussion. He told me a story about an elderly couple on the plane that he met! They had trouble getting to their seats so he helped them and they thanked him.

Once all three were seated, the lady and her husband picked out sweets from their chocolate bag and started eating. Anna looked and asked her why was she carrying so many sweets, the lady said she gets anxious at heights and he would understand once he gets to their age. He asked how old is she, she said 57 years and her husband who could barely walk straight was 60 And she kept calling him beta Anna is 59 ============================= We grow into our problems, they’re our own! We shouldn’t dump our problems on other people. We should learn from them but not live with them! When we continue to live with our problems, we become slaves to our problems! If we can argue and fight on social media, we can always fight with our excuses and problems! We all are born the same way (95% case) with same 24 hours every day and if we don’t end up the way we want our lives to be, it’s our fault, not someone else’s! Good night Cheers


Hello Sir I have a question .. please help me out I joined fitrr with a coach last year for three months before joining I had taken a diet plan from a reputed nutritionist and lost some good 11kgs in weight and I had a little high levels of cholesterol which after losing weight the good cholesterol increased and bad cholesterol decreased but total cholesterol was same I was not advised to do any exercises and diet was not that quantified but yes proteins were included what happened is as I lost weight people have started saying that I look weak and use to look good earlier even the glow on the face has gone I have also developed cholesterol deposits over my eyelids called xantholasmsa ..Can you suggest some way out to improve..I guess maybe with fat I have lost some muscle too ..

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