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6 Steps For Personal Change

Behaviors you want to change are part of a system or pattern you know and trust. Somehow, this behavior has helped you. Now it hurts. And you’re stuck. Here's how to change. Read More

That thing about taking time

That thing about taking time and not expecting a change to happen overnight is so important. Like you said, a lot of times we want FAST/NOW results and it doesn't work that way. Sometimes we just need to take it slowly. We are all a work in progress!

so true!

Yes, we ARE all work in progress!
Many people feel when results are not quick, things are not working.
In my experience, slow change over time increases the likelihood of the change being permanent.
Thanks for your comment, Erica!
:)

Yep... those amazing changes

Yep... those amazing changes don't come so fast. We have to take time to think them out, make a plan, set a goal, and reach it.

Oh and no problem. I love reading your posts. We actually follow eachother on the Twitter. Lol. You reposted one of my blogs at the Good Men Project ("You've been Dumped") so I like to return the favor!

Keep the great guidance/articles coming!

Loved that!

Oh WOW! I loved that post!
What is your full name? I (and I'm sure others) will want to *like* you on Facebook.

I don't Facbeook much but my

I don't Facbeook much but my Twitter is @EriicaChristina

And my blog is here at The Good Men Project:

http://goodmenproject.com/marriage-2/youve-been-dumped/

Thanks for the plug!

Love your articles so much and will keep spreading word about them on the interwebs!

But do permanent behavior

But do permanent behavior changes turn into permanent personality changes???

How do you know a change is permanent and not temporary?

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Jennifer Kromberg, PsyD, is a licensed clinical psychologist in California.

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