Not ‘on board’: What to do when support for healthy lifestyle change isn’t mutual
One of the first things Dr. Donald Hensrud learned when he began working with patients in the area of wellness and prevention is the futility of trying to change another’s behavior.
“I realized quickly you can’t change someone else,” said Hensrud, medical director of the Mayo Clinic Healthy Living Program, Rochester, Minn.
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