By Dr. Bernarr, D.C. D.D.

Everybody can completely break bad habits, of drugs, alcohol, tobacco, food, crime, illness, gambling, sex, irrationality, etc.. You may contend that you can't break your bad habits because you are addicted to something. Nobody is addicted to any bad habit. It is impossible to be addicted, to be physiologically dependent and need anything, that is bad for you. To contend that you are addicted, implies that some external destructive stimulus is controlling you. You are irrationally assigning to something outside your body, pathological power over you.

To contend that you are addicted to some bad thing, is to give yourself an excuse for your wrong belief, that you are unable to break a bad habit. To contend that you are addicted, gives you an alibi to rationalize, that you are unconsciously and compulsively devoted and obsessively dependent, upon some bad thing.

If you have bad habits, then you have other vices acting like a vicious circle, reinforcing them. Every bad habit you break, helps you break your other bad habits. Change your thinking and life style and your bad habits will disappear. It is impossible to have bad habits, if you think and live properly.

To break bad habits, live properly, eat a raw fruit and vegetable diet, so as to minimize digestive stress and conserve energy. Sleep, meditate, be aware and exercise vigorously, all you can, get all the sunshine and fresh air you can, into every part of your nude body, think correctly and positively, love and forgive every living being and don't hurt or punish any living being.

Practice is indispensable. The secret of success is practice. Habits, unlike instincts, are acquired patterns of behavior. We are born into the world without habits. All habits are man-made.

To break a bad habit is to acknowledge your desire to quit and to cultivate an attitude of avoidance. Rid your environment of the offending substance and all related items. Daily habits are an outgrowth of our beliefs. Educate yourself and revolutionize your thoughts to help you change your living habits. Enthusiasm is what generates change. "Whatsoever a man soweth, that he shall also reap." "Who harms not self, naught can harm," says The Bible.

8 steps to change: know yourself, plan, alter your environment, find healthy replacements, think of yourself differently, ask for support, meditate and plan a relapse strategy.

Habits are ways of behaving that become ingrained by repetition. You do something so often that it becomes automatic. With motivation and concentration, you can learn to break bad habits. You "force yourself to think first" and then retrain yourself.

People are moved to change for a variety of reasons. When it comes to self-improvement, the reason that you change is because you come to care enough about yourself, to make it worthwhile. Inner values play a role in change. If people make behavioral changes without changing their internal values, beliefs and attitudes, the new behaviors are less likely to stick. Strong motivation, then, makes change easier. Before you do anything, you must have at least some desire to do it. Preparation is necessary, too. As creatures of habit, we prefer the status quo. So if there's a habit you'd like to change, get to know yourself better and understand the reasons for it.

How you think, feel and act, have important consequences in your relationship with yourself and others. Because habits are so much a part of your character, knowing ways to eliminate bad ones and develop new ones, is invaluable. You can improve anything, if you persist. Habits weren't formed in a day and they won't be changed in a day. Practice may not make you perfect, but it will, in time, give you a new habit.

To change, we have to have a high purpose and high motivation. Also, we need to substitute one reward for another, so we don't feel as if we are punishing ourselves. You replace lousy habits with wonderful habits. It's a very enjoyable experience. -Expect to falter and plan for the setbacks. A slip is just that, a slip, not a reason to blame yourself or to give up.

Keep in mind that it will be harder to maintain your resolve when you're feeling defeated, frustrated, angry or tired. At these times, try to recall all of the reasons you want to change. Four things are needed to break bad habits: Self- examination, avoiding possible sources of temptations, a strong act of will and a right philosophy of life. I have helped thousands of people and animals, world-wide, heal themselves of all kinds of "hopeless" health problems, physical, mental and spiritual, completely and permanently, via the Internet. Contact me NOW and I will personally teach you and supervise you how to heal yourself, your loved ones and your animals, via the Internet.


Dr. Bernarr, D.C. D.D.

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