January 2020 Newsletter
Happy New Year! I hope your 2020 is off to a great start.
If you're looking for an extra shot of inspiration to stay on track with your New Year's Resolutions, I hope you'll check out my new v-log below. I understand some people don't like to make New Year's Resolutions because they're afraid to fail, or because they feel like it's an arbitrary way to focus on goals. If that works well for you, then great! But I'd encourage you to be open to the idea that sometimes, even if we "fail" at our resolutions we still actually learn a lot about ourselves in the process-- and if you're at least trying, then you're in a proactive mindset (proactive mindsets are almost always considered a GOOD THING in psychology:) So if there's any part of you that wants to try a resolution, I'd encourage you to give yourself a chance.
I'm excited to share that my partnership with Wikhow is still going strong, plus PsychologyToday has now invited me to become a contributor! So it looks like my New Year's Resolution may be to keep up with all these opportunities to stay connected. One of my favorite new ways is my Youtube channel (see below) but I'm also getting more into Twitter and Instagram too lately, so maybe I'll see you there as well!
Thank you so much for reading. I'm looking forward to an amazing 2020 with you!
Dr. Chloe Carmichael PhD
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
PS If you love the newsletter or see an article you think would help a friend, please feel free to forward this to them-- it's an easy way to show someone you're thinking of them, and of course I always appreciate the chance to share with people who want fresh ideas!
Dr. Chloe's Vlog!
Recurring Column in Women's Health: #AskDrChloe
Dr. Chloe for wikiHOW
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