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Why do resolutions rarely stick?

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  • elasmimi

    elasmimi Jan. 1, 10:45 AM

    They rarely stick because we pick things that are difficult for us to achieve, things we have been unable to to in the past. Just because the year changes, our basic flaws do not miraculously disappear.

  • Madelaine

    Madelaine Jan. 1, 10:48 AM

    Because they are usually too hard to keep.

  • Bmat

    Bmat Jan. 1, 10:51 AM

    I think it is because we really haven't changed the person that we are.

  • Bmat

    Bmat Jan. 1, 10:52 AM

    I like this explanation.  The things are hard to achieve, otherwise we would have achieved them in the previous year.

    Quoting elasmimi:

    They rarely stick because we pick things that are difficult for us to achieve, things we have been unable to to in the past. Just because the year changes, our basic flaws do not miraculously disappear.


  • jessicasmom1

    jessicasmom1 Jan. 1, 11:11 AM

    I do not make resolutions , merely goals in life 

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