Quick Guide to Breaking Bad Habits for Good

by Leigh Ann Otte

Biting your nails. Popping your knuckles. Twirling your hair.

“Stop it!” That’s what you’ve probably told yourself over and over if you have a habit you want to break. But that’s easier said than done.

In this week’s feature article, therapist Michelle P. Maidenberg offers her guidelines for quitting for good. Rather than trying to go cold turkey, she suggests committing to a two-month process with small, attainable goals. Check out all her advice in this quick read: “How to Break Bad Habits for Good.”

What bad habit do you need to break?

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Leigh Ann Otte is the managing editor of MyFamilyDoctorMag.com.

This information is not meant to be individual advice. Please consult your doctor for that. See our disclaimer here.

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One Response to “Quick Guide to Breaking Bad Habits for Good”

  1. Gyms Near Me Says:

    I had two bad, actually terrible, habits; those old “favourites”, smoking and drinking. The thing that helped me finally break the cycle was regular exercise. I am so thankful I discovered it!

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