A"New Year's resolutions becoming things of past"...or are they? 1999

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A"New Year's resolutions becoming things of past"...or are they? 1999 - New Year's resolutions becomin Many lost...
New Year's resolutions becomin Many lost interest or think they're unrealistic goals MILWAUKEE (AP) About 10 years ago, Casey Kro-lasik Kro-lasik Kro-lasik jumped off a band wagon and into a crowd of Americans turning their backs on an age-old age-old age-old tradition g things said. Norcross said his research indicates there are four main reasons why people don't make resolutions: 27 percent say they have no behavior that needs changing; 23 percent percent say they have tried and failed; 19 percent say they just don't make resolutions; and 7 percent say they lack of past tions still are keeping them six months later, said Peter Wish, a Florida psychologist and author of "Don't Stop at Green Lights: Taking Charge of Your Life and Fulfilling Your Dreams." Two years later, only 20 percent are keeping them, he said. Of course, there also are

Clipped from The Daily Tribune02 Jan 1999, SatPage 3

The Daily Tribune (Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin)02 Jan 1999, SatPage 3
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