These stages are unfreezing, movement, and refreezing stages. Unfreezing is the stage when the person needing the changes realizes and accepts that the change is needed. In the stage of movement, the suitable approaches and measures are decided that would actually bring about the changes in the needed, ensuring that the driving forces can positively influence the person towards the change (Marquis and Huston, 2009, pp.167-169).
The last stage is the refreezing stage where the change stabilizes the system and hence the change gets integrated into the life of the person. Without this stage, the change would remain ineffective (Marquis and Huston, 2009, pp.167-169). The study of Lewin was focused on a deep understanding of the mind of the humans and their personalities. This is particularly suitable in regard to the fact that the factors that influence individuals vary from person to person and hence understanding of such driving forces need to be identified (Friedman, 2008, p.238). This particular theory would enable to bring about change in the person, say ABC, talked about in this study where the following steps would be considered.
Step 1: Unfreezing: In this step, ABC will be tried to be communicated and understood how overweight and hypertension are harmful for the health, and that control on these factors is essential. The negative effects of ice-cream, cheese cake and heavy meals will also be explained to him.
Step 2: Movement: In this step the step 1 will be performed with the help of the driving forces of ABC. The major driving forces of ABC are his family and his girlfriend. Thus his family members and his girlfriend will have to take the initiative to constantly talk to him about how he can positively influence his life avoiding the heavy meals and ice-creams. This can be achieved through offering him with other healthy foods and habits such as exercises, tours, visits to different places that he would enjoy and not indulge in bad