By Kristen Mayne
If you’ve failed at your resolution, don’t ditch it. A psychologist shares how to use it as an opportunity to re-evaluate and help set yourself up for success the next time around.
Many of us start off our year with good intentions. It’s a time where we set new goals to improve our health and wellness. But the unfortunate truth is most of us won’t succeed. Studies suggest 80% of people will fail at their New Year’s resolutions in just six weeks.
But there is some good news. There are lots of things you can do to help your chances of success.
To find out some common resolution stumbling blocks and what to do when you fail, we spoke to Connie Leclair. Leclair a registered psychologist based in Calgary.