Deadly Mistakes Most People Make When Trying to Break Bad Habits


Most of us have, at least once in our lives, fallen prey to deadly habits that we can’t get rid of no matter how hard we try. :four_leaf_clover::four_leaf_clover: Luckily, Habitify is here to provide that guidance and point out the deadliest mistakes most people make when trying to quit their addictions.

  1. Postponing the strife needed to end the bad habit
    :roll_eyes::roll_eyes: We fail to specify exactly when, how, where, and why we’re going to break the habit.
  2. Overanalyzing how you’ll break the habit and talking about it too much :-1:
    Silence is golden :100: because talking about your intentions has its way of weakening your resolve. :+1:
  3. Trying to do more than you are capable at the moment
    :no_good_man: Don’t deal with absolutes. Making a vow to immediately and completely eradicate certain types of behavior is dangerous.
  4. Successfully breaking the habit and then rewarding yourself by relapsing
    :no_good_woman: Don’t get arrogant. Breaking bad habits is like fighting a war. Don’t think you won the war just because you won the battle. Persevere.

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