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Wednesday, January 04, 2012


It’s that time of year. Resolutions abound. We want to lose weight, exercise more, spend less and become better people in general. Recently, Stanford psychologist Kelly McGonigal, writing in The Huffington Post, offered some suggested books to help us achieve our 2012 goals. She believes that the best reading may not be in self-help books, but that “sometimes the most life-changing ideas and advice are found in the science section.” Scientific studies often offer “ah ha” moments for changing behaviors, McGonigal believes. Here are a few of her recommendations:

Looking for more help? Check out some of our staff choices on our website at Our Staff Recommends: Books for a New You.

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