22 bonnes résolutions pour accueillir 2022

Par Sarah Amiri - Diététicienne et journaliste scientifique Publié le 13/01/2022 Mis à jour le 14/01/2022 Edition Abonné
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Cette année, oubliez les grandes résolutions, car ce sont les petites habitudes qui font les vrais changements !

On le sait, difficile de maintenir ses résolutions. Parfois, elles ne passent pas même le mois de janvier. Pour que les résolutions soient tenues, nous disent les chercheurs en psychologie, il faudrait d’une part qu’elles soient positives et non basées sur l’évitement, et d’autre part en lien avec...

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