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It is firstly important to understand what a habit is first before you are able to change. A habit is a conditioned behavior that is learned over time which a person has little voluntary control. Habits may first be formed as a reactions to an event, such as a traumatic experience, and then continue where similar cues or stimuli occur. A habit is influenced not only by env It is firstly important to understand what a habit is first before you are able to change. A habit is a conditioned behavior that is learned over time which a person has little voluntary control. Habits may first be formed as a reactions to an event, such as a traumatic experience, and then continue where similar cues or stimuli occur. A habit is influenced not only by environments or stimuli that bring the behavior about but also through rewards or punishment of that behavior. For example an action that is positively reinforced with rewards as soon as it is performed is likely to become a habit. Once a habit is firmly formed, it can be reinforced by cues different from those that originally created it, and will eventually not need to rewarded as regularly. The habit may even become its own reward. To distinguish a habit from an addiction all depends on willpower. Do you have control over the behavior? Then it is a habit. Will power can stop the negative behavior. Whereas, addiction is repetition of behavior that a person is unable or unwilling to control or stop (even if it has harmful consequences such as smoking). They also can be psychologically to a behavior such as being addicted to drugs, gambling, or other behaviors and may start to suffer withdrawal symptoms or depression if they attempt to stop. In this book you will find learn: Identify you need to break loose from a habit Be kind to yourself Make gradual changes Self Awareness Self-Discipline Set Goals and Measure your Progress Ask for support


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It is firstly important to understand what a habit is first before you are able to change. A habit is a conditioned behavior that is learned over time which a person has little voluntary control. Habits may first be formed as a reactions to an event, such as a traumatic experience, and then continue where similar cues or stimuli occur. A habit is influenced not only by env It is firstly important to understand what a habit is first before you are able to change. A habit is a conditioned behavior that is learned over time which a person has little voluntary control. Habits may first be formed as a reactions to an event, such as a traumatic experience, and then continue where similar cues or stimuli occur. A habit is influenced not only by environments or stimuli that bring the behavior about but also through rewards or punishment of that behavior. For example an action that is positively reinforced with rewards as soon as it is performed is likely to become a habit. Once a habit is firmly formed, it can be reinforced by cues different from those that originally created it, and will eventually not need to rewarded as regularly. The habit may even become its own reward. To distinguish a habit from an addiction all depends on willpower. Do you have control over the behavior? Then it is a habit. Will power can stop the negative behavior. Whereas, addiction is repetition of behavior that a person is unable or unwilling to control or stop (even if it has harmful consequences such as smoking). They also can be psychologically to a behavior such as being addicted to drugs, gambling, or other behaviors and may start to suffer withdrawal symptoms or depression if they attempt to stop. In this book you will find learn: Identify you need to break loose from a habit Be kind to yourself Make gradual changes Self Awareness Self-Discipline Set Goals and Measure your Progress Ask for support

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