What Rats Can Teach Us About Making New Year's Resolutions That Stick
In this Ask Dr Love Radio show, Dr. Jamie Turndorf explains why people repeat ineffective behaviors, outlines 8 steps to free oneself from self-defeating patterns, and shows how to make a list of relationship resolutions for the new year.
Millbrook NY (I-Newswire) January 7, 2013 - Every year, millions of people across the globe make New Year's resolutions to improve their career, health, fitness, weight loss or finances. Sadly, their resolutions fail not because they have no discipline but because humans are creatures of habit. Our brains are wired to maintain the status quo.
In addition, humans have the bad habit of repeating behaviors that don't yield the results we want. If we consider the analogy of a rat trapped in a maze, each time the rat hits a dead-end, he backs up and goes another way. Humans keep banging their heads on the wall. If we all patterned ourselves after rats, and systematically backed up and tried a different path, more people would be amazed at the transformation that would occur in their lives.
In this show, Dr. Turndorf focuses on 8 proven steps for setting oneself free of habitual behavior patterns that interfere with the achievement of New Year's resolutions. Anyone looking to lose weight, find love or romance, make more money or find a better job, or achieve any number of goals should listen in. She'll also show how to create a relationship resolution plan that will crank one's love life into gear for the new year.
Hosted on TalkZone.com, Ask Dr. Love with Dr. Jamie Turndorf is a live one hour Internet radio program airing at 1pm (EST) every Tuesday afternoon. Listeners can also call-in to the show and ask Dr. Turndorf for advice on any of their personal issues. Archived shows are available on TalkZone.com, BlogTalkradio.com, AskDrLove.com, and iTunes.
Dr. Jamie Turndorf is a popular relationship expert and couples therapist, author, and radio show host known to millions around the world as the creator of AskDrLove.com, the Web's first free relationship advice site. Originally launched in 1996, AskDrLove.com now offers thousands of relationship advice articles on every imaginable relationship, marriage, dating, or sex advice question. You can follow Dr. Turndorf on Facebook and on Twitter @askdrlove.
Dr. Tundorf's advice and methods will bring greater romance and intimacy into your love life, so be sure to tune in or call in to the Ask Dr Love radio show and get help from one of today's top sex and relationship experts. As Dr. Turndorf says, "Knowledge Is Your Key To Happy Relationships!"
Ask Dr. Love with Dr. Jamie Turndorf is a one hour live Internet Radio program airing every Tuesday More..at 1pm (EST)on TalkZone Internet Radio. Call Dr. Turndorf with any of your marriage, relationship, dating, or sex advice questions. Since 1996, AskDrLove.com, has been the Web's most popular love advice site, now offering 1000's of FREE articles on every imaginable relationship issue.Less..
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Published in:Self-Help / Personal Growth
Published On:January 7, 2013
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