Professional therapists believe that making New Year’s resolutions should be rewarding, effective, and work for you. They should also be simple and attainable and not a marker of punishment.
According to U.S. News & World Report, 60% of people make New Year’s resolutions and 80% of them fail by February.
Dieting and exercising top the annual list of changes they intend to make in the new year, but these goals historically fall by the wayside in a short time.
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