Develop State of Mind for New Year: Mental Health is Important When Setting Resolutions
WESLACO – The new year comes with making New Year’s resolutions. Some follow through, but others don’t.
Resolutions can include everything from traveling, losing weight or trying other ways to get healthier.
Roxanne Pacheco, a licensed clinical social worker, says taking the time to think and write about your goals for the new year is a good thing. Yet, if a person is listing their resolutions from an unhealthy point of view, it’s not good.
Pacheco added that if you continue to develop good habits and set realistic expectations, then it’s more than likely your new year’s resolution will be met.
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