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Source: Charles Duhigg

Category: Digital Media, Psychology

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One Response to “How to Change a Habit”

  1. Stock Soup says:

    My comment is intended to be useful, not a rant, but I’ll start with a kinda-rantish comment: This book is written by a journalist who has taken scientifically established tools, and re-framed them and put his name on it. I hate it when writers do that, it’s selfish.

    The area of science is generally referred to as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and is useful for changing behaviors, thinking patterns as well as emotional distress such as depression or PTSD.

    I would stick with the tools professional use, not journalists. Here is a good example of a core tool for changing behaviors and emotions: It’s called the ABC exercise.

    Your welcome.