Welcome To Changing Your Health Habits

How often in your life have you broken promises to yourself? You want to stop smoking, lose weight, start an exercise program or reduce stress, and you start with the best of intentions, only to find yourself right back where you started. You know you should improve your health, but you just don't know how.

Did you know that only 5% of dieters are able to reach and maintain optimal body weight after two years? How many times in your life have you made and broken New Years' resolutions? Well you are not alone. All of us have done so. And yet the most successful way to make changes in your life is to do it yourself. That made psychologists James Prochaska and Carlo DiClemente decide to study how people who succeed at personal development, do so. They found that successful change is more of a spiral than a straight line. People assume that successful change means going steadily upward and that, if they slide back at all, they have failed. So they quit.

Actually even those most successful at personal development, move up and down, making progress and then falling back. That is just the way successful people make changes. You are more likely to succeed if you understand the spiral and know where you are on the spiral of personal change. This Learning Pathway will help you do just that.

This program will take 30 minutes.