Accoording to Research , Quitters does wins
If at first you don’t succeed, quit—for your future health Some people stop at nothingto get what they want, persisting in the face of continual hard-ship.
And although CRP levels are expected to rise over time, the faster rate of increase in people who persevere relentlessly could give them an elevated risk for illness later in life. The researchers are not sure exactly how the rising CRP levels translate into future health problems, but they are confident that further investigation will tease out the connection. The more diffi cult part is fi guring out when to give up on a goal, says study author Gregory Miller, a psychologist at the University of British Columbia. “It’s like that Kenny Rogers song: you’ve got to know when to fold them,” he says. “But it’s really hard to know.