Men's Health

Boost Your Self-Continuity

1 WRITE FUTURE YOU A LETTER

“This forces you to really consider him in a thoughtful, directed way,” says Hershfield. He co-authored a recent study finding that college students who wrote a 200- to 300-word letter to their selves 20 years in the future were more likely to exercise in the next ten

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