Committing to Change

Making a change can be a very difficult decision. When the New Year rolls around, we tend to be pumped for a new start and ready to alter the path we have been going down. By February our motivation has usually diminished a little and we have maybe started to travel down our old paths.

By identifying the stage of change we are in, we are able to address our fears and move forward. After reading this article, I encourage you to follow the exercise and identify where you are at in the stages of changing.

“Committing to Change”

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2 Responses to “Committing to Change”
  1. Every day in 4th period geometry I would hear my stomach growl, but I’m proud to say that I do not hear that any more

  2. Jill Fuster says:

    Terrific site! I will pass this on to my clients in the DC area. Thank you!!

    Jill Fuster, MS, RD, LDN
    jill.fuster@gmail.com

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