Clinic (1996) outlined that, the various categories of actions taken by people in their daily lives impacts significantly on their wellbeing. In order to remain well, the practice of health behaviors is inevitable; whereby health behavior entails all actions that have primary preventive value to diseases. Some of these factors include, eating habits, duration of sleep, weight management, weekend trips, and avoidance of smoking among others (Clinic, 1996). In relation to the family context, many preventive measures are at disposal which can be effectively used to maintain wellbeing. In this case, the behavioral change theory has proved to be helpful in focusing the family determinants of risk behaviors. The major aspects of health behaviors as well as risk behaviors will be adequately addressed in this paper (Clinic, 1996).