New Year’s Resolutions: It’s About the Whole Self
According to research on the topic, about 60 percent of us admit that we make New Year’s resolutions but only about 8 percent of us are successful in achieving them. Regardless of whether we achieved our previous resolutions, most of us make a new resolution and we hope for the best.
In theory, creating resolutions is a great way to be inspired to change your life, in practice, maintaining them is challenging. The Community House’s own, Robert Agnoli, Director of Mental Health Services at The Counseling Center has some sage advice for how to achieve your goals by focusing on body, mind, and spirit.