Monday, January 7, 2013

1, 2, 3, Go


New Years New Life New Priorities
  1.  The brain takes 30 days to accept new changes, so be patient. Once you build momentum, it's easier to keep going and it starts to feel more comfortable, says Dr. David Posen, a physician  and author of Always Change a Losing Game (Firefly, 1994).
  2. Whenever you start doubting your ability to change, tack the words "right now" onto whatever you're thinking, advises Natasha Barber, a registered clinical counsellor in Vancouver. "I'm overwhelmed right now and it's going to get better. I'm going to rethink and reprioritize."
  3. Create positive self affirmations. "Often these behaviours come about because we are feeling insecure about ourselves," says Kimberly Moffit, a Toronto psychotherapist. "Find something to repeat to yourself throughout the day that makes you feel good."
Life is too short, live each day as if it was your last with the ones you love.
Respect... Relax... Enjoy... Dorri

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