The Truth About Habits

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The truth about habits There are many people that have successfully developed a few good habits, and there are also many who haven't. The difference is that some of these people have done so by choice while others have done it because they really had to. The truth about habits, however, is that by doing something consistently over an extended period of time, you can begin to develop into a much better person overall. Sitting down for thirty minutes at a time every day is now much more routine than it used to be. However, it still required some persistence and determination on your part to develop this new habit. It took many years of effort and soul searching to get to the point where you were sitting down without thinking about what you were actually doing.

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The truth about habits One of the best things about habits is that they are difficult to break, especially if you don't like doing them. One of the habits that I broke, for example, was my smoking habit. For a long time, I wasn't even interested in quitting, but I finally went through with it and now enjoy being a non-smoker. One of the biggest reasons that you need to be able to completely change your lifestyle is that changing one habit requires that you have the discipline to do so. Habits aren't easy to give up and the first month after you quit won't be easy either.

The truth about habits The reason that creating new habits is so hard is that for the most part, we try to resist the urge to do something new. This means that we usually resist doing something for a period of a day or two, and then immediately go back to our old ways. The whole process is a vicious cycle. You're doing something new, and then resist doing it again for a day or two. You then try to give up again, and give up some more. By this point, you've got yourself in a very frustrating position, where you have your old habits against your will, and nothing seems to be working.

What's the first thing you have to do if you want to break habits, change patterns, and become a totally different person? The first thing you have to do is identify which habit is bad and resolve to no longer do it. For smoking, that would be biting the tongue and chewing gum. For alcohol, drinking too much is a big problem, and weight control would be another one.

Changing habits doesn't have to be a difficult process. It takes focus and a little bit of will, but once you have made the commitment to change, then you can begin developing new habits in a flash. Habits take time, so don't expect to see results overnight. If you've got someone who you trust with you to talk to every day, then it won't take long until those new habits will start to sink in.


You can't make your new habits right away, though. The key to lasting change lies in your patience. Habits take time to change, so expect a period of resistance before you get to where you want to be. The best thing to do is to start out small and build your way up. The trick is to find something that's manageable for you, then follow through with it on a daily basis. The next time you find yourself saying "what are those habits", think about how easy it would be for you to change them into new habits that will benefit you and help you get your life back in order.

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