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Breaking up bad habits can be very hard to do. It’s more psychological than anything else really.

A habit is an unconscious pattern of behavior that a person has routinely used or repeated so often or has a certain inclination to for over a period of time that it becomes normal manner or a type of dependency or addiction that occurs naturally to him or her.

There are a range of bad habits that everyone is guilty of. Bad habits can be unpleasant manners such as biting the nails, picking the nose or talking when your mouth is full. They can also be annoying actions such as procrastination, being regularly late and being habitually untidy or disorganized. Then there are the more serious forms of bad habits that border on addiction or compulsion such as smoking, drinking or bad eating.

Because habits are unconscious behavior, it is assumed that the person is unaware of his actions or dependency. For this reason, it is difficult to make changes and modify the bad behavior pattern.

Breaking up bad habits is a mental process. Therefore, the first step requires for the person to be aware of the bad behavior pattern. Once awareness takes place, he can move on towards making a conscious decision to make the necessary changes to modify the bad behavior pattern and develop new good or acceptable patterns of behavior.

Use the help of this book to break up your bad habits for good!

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