Try getting your mind of it. It normally takes 21 days to get it out of your system (if its like smoking or drinking etc.) or if your like me and u bite yours nails u should put pickle juice on your fingers and if u bite then it will taste bad so u won't do it again. If its not anything like that when u want it go do somthing else instead of it. :)
It will take about thirty days. You will need to replace the bad habit with a good habit. So if it was smoking every time you reach for a cig you munch a carrot or celery stick instead. If it is say drinking soda then every time you reach for soda force yourself to drink a cup of water first.
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Last edited at 1:19PM on 5/14/2013
Eat a lot of pizza. Sometimes the enzymes in the various meats mixed with the dairy of the cheese will counteract the habits. Too much will produce the opposite effect, so only have one slice for every 50 lbs you weigh.
EDIT: I just noticed that this is in teen relationships. If it is a habit that your partner also has, then you should have them do the same.
Patience and determination, PERIOD. You must unlearn what you have learned, and this takes time. You must also *reason* yourself out of your habit - this means finding a reason not to do it, which is motivation for not doing it. Reward yourself for small victories, and admit to yourself when you haven't won over the habit - the recognition of the habit is the first step to overcoming it. If you have access, try a Buddhist meditation center and go with an open mind. This stuff is pretty amazing!
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Last edited at 8:09AM on 5/15/2013
Just try to analyse yourself that who you are? Talk with yourself and draw your image in your mind as u think and then match it with your real image ,u will automatically realize that u are going in the path that will destroy ur future and also u are r betraying yourself.so if u will realize vibration and indeed worry about your bad habit then remove it, for its your life and am sure u would like to live happy.
You might check out SMARTRECOVERY dot ORG SMART teaches people to use some cognitive behavioral techniques within a self help setting. It is mainly for dealing with addictions but what it teaches is helpful to anyone, and I mean anyone, because we all tend to think irrationally at times to some degree and it's just not helpful . It teaches you how to rethink what you are choosing to believe.
You can question a belief... come up with a different emotion ( hope) which could lead to a new behavior > seeking to learn how others have overcome a problem .
Following are some steps for controlling self which I think will be helpful in controlling your bad habit. But I also wanna tell you from my experience that, knowing how to control self is very different then really and sincerely controlling self , you may understand what I meant to say...
Steps in Self control: Following are the major steps in developing self- control.
Step 1. Performing A Task : This refers to the action taken to solve a specific problem.
Step 2. Self-Monitoring of Performance And Outcome : It means actual observation and recording of the action taken.
Step 3. Self-Evaluation : This involves revising one's beliefs about his or her competence.