Patterson Psych Group, PLLC 

Help for today, Hope for tomorrow


Year, after year, it's the same struggle. We set goals only to get set back even further. Our journey is makred with habits that should have been changed years ago. We were going to quit smoking, lose weight, be better communicators... yesterday. We'll get it all done tomorrow, right?

Here Today, Gone Tomorrow | How to Make Your New Years Resolutions Finally Stick - offers inspirational insights into making and maintaining goals, moving forward through the lulls, and keeping consistent during the highs.

Erin Bagwell Patterson - therapist and counselor - has worked for more than a decade with adults, adolescents, and children to overcome a variety of issues. A Carolina Girl puruing a meaningful life and career helping others.

  Reviewed in the United States on August 20, 2015

"I highly recommend this book! I am 61 years old, have ADD and am disorganized. I have tried for years to get areas of my life under control. I would make progress in one area but every other area was falling apart. I have read many books trying to find something to help me. While this book

claims to be “How to make your New Year’s Resolutions finally stick” ( I never make New Year’s Resolutions because I know it wouldn’t do any good.) This book is really for anyone who wants to make any changes at any time. This book is short and to the point, which I really like. Most books

are so long and wordy and keep repeating themselves that I get lost in them.

It has “Application” pages after each chapter with questions to answer to help you develop a plan

to actually make the changes in your life that you need to make. I got this book, quickly read

through it, with the intention of reading it again and filling out the pages. Without writing down

my “plan” I started applying some of the principles and was very pleased at my progress. When I went back through the book and started answering the questions, coming up with a “plan”, I was shocked. The behaviors that I would have listed the first time through were already so much improved, that I wrote down different behaviors that I needed to change the second time

through. This little book has helped me more than any other book that I have ever read. I

have been so pleased with my progress that I ordered another book for a friend of mine that is trying to quit smoking." -Sandra

Here Today, Gone Tomorrow: How to make your New Year's Resolutions finally stick