As a professional therapist I work with clients who are interested in making changes in their lives. They may want to stop doing something (smoking, over eating) or they may want to start doing something (keeping fit, relaxing).
January is traditionally the time for New Year Resolutions and you may be interested to know that research revealed that nearly two thirds of Britons (63%) were planning to make New Year resolutions. The research also highlighted that for many their resolve is short lived. Nearly one third of respondents (32%) suggest their resolutions are usually broken by the end of January, whilst a resolute 10% stated they never tend to break their New Year resolutions.
The survey reveals that more women were resolving to lose weight in 2015 (40%) than men (29%). Whilst only 5% of Brits say they were planning to give up smoking and 11% confirmed they were planning to stop drinking or reducing their alcohol intake in the new year.
36% of women and 30% of men are resolving to get fitter.
36% of women and over a quarter of men (26%) are aiming to eat more healthily.
15% of Brits said they were resolving to take more care of their appearance in 2015.
You could be one of the 10% if you get some help. Contact me.
You can read .about the full findings here