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Resolutions I Can Keep

... you know, if I can manage to be

As a person with ADHD I can tell you that making resolutions to improve my life is not something I only do on New Years.

If I had a dollar for every time I said "I'm never doing that again."  and every time I said, "That's how I'm doing this from now on." I'd be stupid rich by now.

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Creative Thinking

Reconsidering Your Approach to New Year’s Resolutions

When we start making our resolutions for the new year, we tend to focus on practical, "productive" goals. After all, we're told repeatedly that our goals must be SMART (specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and time-bound) in order to work---and even more so, in order to be worthy. Resolutions that are seen as worthy or "good" are losing 20 pounds or gaining more muscle by a certain date. Resolutions that are seen as worthy...
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Bipolar II

New Year’s Resolutions May be Bad for Bipolar Disorder

It’s that time of year when everyone is thinking about resolutions. Losing weight, exercising more, spending more time with your family. These are all examples of goals people set for themselves when the year starts winding down and a new one begins. New year, new start. Some people make many resolutions, some only a single one. Some actually complete their resolutions while most forget what...
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