Sticking to Your 2013 Resolutions

One of the world’s leading experts on behavioral change (focused on changing addictive behaviors) talks about how to stay true to your 2013 resolutions. The interview is with John Norcross, a professor of psychology at the U of Scranton and was conducted by Maia Szalavitz:

“What are some of the most important things you can do to make your New Year’s resolutions stick?

— First is believing that it can be done. There’s a lot of cynicism surround New Year’s resolutions and it’s unwarranted. Our research indicates that somewhere between 40% to 46% of New Year’s resolvers will be successful at six months…”

Read the full interview on the Time Healthland website.

 


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