Want to Change Behavior? Believe in Yourself!

Supporting self-efficacy is an evidence-backed way of increasing the likelihood of successful behavior change.

You hear it all the time: shift your eating habits; move more; make this or that other healthy lifestyle change. By reading publications like this newsletter, you are learning what changes to make. But how do you get yourself to actually make—and sustain—those changes? “There are a number of evidence-supported behavior change theories,” says Sara […]
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