Anything we repeat in succession or go back to and then continue to repeat is a bad habit. Bad habits are negative behaviour patterns that we continue to play out on a daily basis, such as watching too much television, or using cell, or mobile phones.
But as habits are formed, they can be broken. It all depends on where we are emotionally and how determined we are to change our attitudes and our lifestyle. Part of the problem with a bad habit is the mindset.
Change the mindset you have control over, you change your mind and you change your habits. Think about your mindset in terms of your lifestyle and what you want or need to change and act on and upgrade your mindset so it’s not fixed on the old.
If you want to be fit and healthy, your mindset must reflect those thoughts. Change the way you do things. If you know you watch too much television, make arrangements to fill your diary more, so you’re out of the house seeing friends.
The more stressed you are, the more your bad habits will bed in. Bad habits like nail biting, bed in when we’re nervous. The more nervous we are, the more we will reach out and rely on our bad habits.
The more confident and happier we are, the more at peace we will be, the less we will rely on any bad habits. The more at peace we are, the more positive the mindset, the more we will want to kick the habit.