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New Year’s Resolutions with Dr. Philip Levendusky

McLean Hospital


This New Year’s Eve, millions of Americans will resolve to lose weight, give up smoking, save money, do volunteer work, or find a new job. Chances are, they made the same resolution last year and the year before. Nearly 90 percent of New Year’s resolutions fail. But they don’t have to. In this episode, Dr. Philip Levendusky, Senior Vice President of Business Development and Communications at McLean and Director of the Psychology Department discusses ways to stick to our resolutions by setting realistic and attainable goals. We don’t always have to be striving for perfection, it is ok to feel like we are a work in progress. While the concept of New Year’s is that metaphoric starting line, you can pick any day to begin making an important change and look forward.

anxiety, coping skills, depression, LGBTQ friendly, life skills, mental health, mental illness, Personality Disorders, psychiatric conditions, psychiatric disorders, resieliency, social issues, stress, trauma

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