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From this hypothesis, according to this theory the steps from his risky behavior until their health behavior would be: pre-contemplation: at that moment Charlie not assumed to have a conduct of risk with his health and had no intention of changing their addictive behavior to alcohol, whose intake was at 1/4 litre of wine daily meals and 1 or 2 cups of alcohol of high degree (40 ) from dusk until you went to sleep; Therefore, it sees no risk or problems for your health. It ignores the benefits of not proceeding with this risky behavior, having a greater perception of barriers practices, feeling demoralized against its ability to change and does not want to think about it. When his friends Mathew, Phoebe, and her partner Monica would indicate that their intake is excessive, it can be that a questioning thereon; go installing in Charlie It is through these personal relationships of help when the motivation for change or decision-making. So is being introduced a process of change through increased awareness so that increase in its capacity of perception of the negative aspects on their health and on the impact (evaluation) in their interpersonal relationships. However, can not even maintains an attitude where does not believe that stop taking alcohol is favorable for his life. Contemplation: Charlie begins to pay attention to the information that was previously happening unnoticed, as for example the statistical data that shed the TV newsreels, stops to look at how much and how drink persons from its scope of work and friends. So Jack consciousness a. Auto-reevaluacion of your problem of addiction and idea to change their behavior. Charlie feels even stronger perception of barriers to practice, it begins to be discussed inside the benefits and costs of abandoning this addictive behavior. For Charlie, alcohol is part of many social activities that provide you with good food, good atmosphere but begins to visualize their somewhat pathetic emotional behaviors under the effects of these drinks nightly and morning consequences of what they already begin to appreciate as excessive or risky behavior.

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