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Health & Wellness
“Taking care of your physical health is just as important as any career move or responsibility.” Mireille Guiliano. According to LiveStrong; there are many stages to change for physical well-being. First, there is pre-contemplation which is the stage of doing nothing. You may feel comfortable with your level of physical activity or lack thereof. If someone else mentions a need for increased activity, you may deny it outright or ignore her advice. Next is contemplation, this is the stage of awareness. This may be the stage of “I should . . .” statements, like “I should begin exercising,” or “I should lose weight.” Then comes preparation here is the planning stage when you decide how you will fulfill your goals. At this stage, rely on experts for guidance or motivation to keep your plans realistic and attainable. After comes action which may be the hardest part of the five stages for many people. It’s time to start working out. Lastly, is the maintenance stage, is a stage of accomplishment. Your clothes may fit differently. You may have a lower resting heart rate or perform more quickly for longer periods of time without needing rest. Maintenance is a long-term commitment. You can change your workout to stay motivated, but you have to keep working out. By taking this steps in your physical activity your life has changed successfully from when you were in the first started.
Relationships naturally endure many changes, whether its moving, starting a new job, spending time apart, getting married, or having children. While some changes can be severe, there’s no need to see a difference as a bad thing. By being adaptive and communicating regularly, you and your partner can endure changes in your relationship. It’s a myth that people or relationships don’t change, In fact, it’s inevitable. Relationships go through different developmental stages and situations, such as job loss, health problems, financial issues and family conflict. Another myth is that change is dangerous. So many of us hear the word “change,” and we automatically assume the worst. But change can be positive and an “exciting influence on your relationship. When you add something new, which is what a change is, you can add new perspectives and understanding if you are open and not resistant. All change doesn’t have to have negative implications.