New Year's resolutions are a great way to start the year, but oftentimes they go by the wayside within a few weeks.
Following through and getting your child to get the most out of their resolutions goes a long way towards a good and healthy year.
Making your resolutions positive -- not just, "I'm going to lose weight" but "I'll eat healthier to lose weight" -- can help your child understand that it's more than just a quick fix.
Rewarding your child for continued success on their resolutions is a great way for them to feel they're making a positive impact.
Listen in as Corinn Cross, MD, shares some great suggestions to help your child decide the best resolutions to set.