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The psychology behind why we’re so bad at keeping New Year’s resolutions

About 80% of people fail to stick to their New Year’s resolutions for longer than six weeks. Most resolutions involve trying to be healthier in some way. Psychological reasons we don’t succeed include overthinking how arduous our resolutions will be, and leaving ourselves mental get-out clauses. It’s a new year, and many people will be…

via The psychology behind why we’re so bad at keeping New Year’s resolutions — Business Insider