Dr. Henry Jekyll believes that there are two distinct sides to men,
a good and an evil side and that by separating the two
man can become liberated.
He succeeds with chemicals to accomplish this
and transforms into Hyde to commit horrendous crimes.
As Hyde, Dr. Jekyll lived the free and fleshly life of his evil side.
Any of this sound familiar hombre?
Most of us would like to live as Dr Jekyll
succeeding at work
spending meaningful time with our families
and respecting our body,
free from the darkness.
But bad habits become like our Dr Jekyll potion,
Hyde takes over and we live free from rules and guilt.
At first it is fun and addictive
But just as in the novella
the effects of the drug become unpredictable,
causing Jekyll to become Hyde unexpectedly…
Eventually, Monday morning is full of despair
and work becomes stressful,
we snap at loved ones unexpectedly.
Foods that Jekyll wouldn’t have even considered become
the staple of our diet
physical exertion is almost impossible
our thoughts become darker and darker
social interaction is a chore and we hide and snipe at Facebook.
The longer we stay as Hyde the harder it is to get rid of him.
Discovering that he cannot get hold of a crucial type of salt,
Dr. Jekyll realized that he could no longer continue in this double life.
and killed himself…
Never fear that was only fiction but if you find yourself recognising any of
these Hyde symptoms in you we have found the crucial salt that will keep him at bay
it involves getting off your arse on a daily basis and doing something physical!
Most people will pretend like they’re going to do something about it in January
but in reality 99% of you won’t (apart from join a gym and not go)
Or you get off your arse with our January Jump Start and we will make sure you see it through
click the link
Paul ‘monster hunter’ Love
P.S. I’m actually a bit pissed off with myself for the price being so low it was a
moment of stupidity and it won’t happen again.