Precontemplating change - Deepstash

Precontemplating change

During this stage of change, people are ignorant of the problem, claiming their behaviour is not a problem. You may feel resigned to your current state or think you have no control over your behaviour.

Strategies involve asking yourself some questions:

  • Have you ever tried to change this behaviour?
  • How do you realise that you have a problem?
  • What would have to happen for you to think your behaviour is a problem?

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