Only 8 percent of individuals typically keep their New Year's resolutions throughout the year, and 80 percent of people who make New Year's resolutions are already off track by the first week of February. If we begin to fail, we may experience anxiety, decreased self-esteem, and frustration, especially when we have invested money into goals such as a gym membership or a class. Loved ones and internet articles may suggest lots of suggestions for how to stick to your resolutions. We have compiled the most useful of these techniques from the perspective of therapists who often work to motivate clients to achieve their goals.
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