Dr. Samra interviewed by Norma Reid, CTV Morning Live, on making New Year’s resolutions that stick

With each new year comes a time to reflect on the past and change what we don’t like about ourselves for the future.  We all know how easy it is to make those resolutions and how hard it is to keep them.  Clinical psychologist Dr. Joti Samra spoke about how you can make effective resolutions that are more likely to stick.

 

1. What are some common resolutions people set at the start of a new year, such as getting fit, getting out of debt, quitting drinking or smoking and why most resolutions don’t work and how people can make ones that they are more likely to keep.

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