Throughout my years as a nutritionist, I have heard a lot of concerns about making healthy lifestyle changes, many of them surrounding a need for a support system at home. As with anything, deciding and committing to creating a healthy life after years of habits that are hard to break, can not only be difficult on the individual making the change, but can also be difficult for the spouse, partner or family at home.
Serious adjustments to time, finances and eating, fitness and lifestyle changes can be difficult to manage, understand and support when it means that meals, hobbies, schedules and social activities might be disrupted for others. As we approach Spring, many people are looking to make some serious healthy habit changes and as much as they want to do it, they will be discouraged by conflict and resistance at home, which is why TheGoodMenProject.com and I have taken some time to share the 3 most common concerns of people trying to manage a balance between their old habits and starting new ones, along with my top tips for communicating and acting as a team, to approach the lifestyle goals of you and/or your significant other.
If you are preparing for a healthy lifestyle transformation, give us a call and we can assist you in making the transition a more smooth process for both you and your partner or family members. As a nutritionist and wellness coach, it is my passion to help you and those you love find ways to live the best life possible. That's what I am here for, so give me a call!