Taking the First Step to Change

Making change is an incredibly complex and difficult process.  Problems with money, eating, aggression, self-injury, gambling, substances or relationships often feel intractable. We may want to improve finances and physical or mental health, spend more time with family or get out of a job rut.  A 2003 study in The Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions found people who express a commitment to change are significantly more likely to change than those who do not.  So how do you select that all important goal that will improve your life?

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