Have You Broken Your New Years Resolutions: How to Break Habits
Only one week after New Years, psychotherapist Dee Cohen,LCSW finds clients already discouraged by breaking their New Years resolutions.
Whether itís quitting smoking, stopping overeating or breaking addictions, Dee advises one to not beat oneself up if there have been slips in oneís resolution.
According to Dee, habits have taken years to build up so donít expect they will disappear immediately. If you find yourself repeating a bad habit you wish to stop, try to be aware while you are doing it. This observation helps you become more detached from the habit because part of you is not engulfed by it.
An effective,systematic approach to breaking the habit integrates insight, visualization and dedication to a new lifestyle. The changes are very rewarding and you will see early gains. Stop by here to learn more:
Or follow the related links. Dee advises to not give up and to start again remembering itís only the second week of January.
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