Everyone wants to get rid of bad habits. They often lead to addiction, and most of us are embarrassed of them. Getting rid of them is easier said and then, and sometimes, even when you think you’ve managed to free yourself from it, the habit comes back. This is often very depressing feeling. Working with people who have these issues, there are two groups that stand out. One is a group of temporary winners who make progress, stick to it, but then collapse, and permanent winner, those who manage to succeed for good.
- You have probably tried to rid yourself of bad habits before, and then they came back.
- there are two groups, one that keeps their bad habits at bay and others who change for a while and go back.
- In order to permanently break the bad habit you have to know what you are compensating for with that bad habit.
“Most personal improvement strategies focus on tricks and techniques to help us break the bad habit.”