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Stopping Unwanted Behaviors

We are hitting that time in January when many people who made New Year’s resolutions are discovering that it is hard to keep them. In another few weeks, most people who resolved to change their behavior will find that they have failed and are back to their old habits. Read More

Probably the New Year Resolution of Many!

Overcoming unwanted behavior may have been the New Year resolution of many. The way suggested in the article seems to work for most of us. Along with that, I have one more small tip to add, which I practiced to overcome my bad habits - to ask for forgiveness from my Lord and ask strength of not repeating it (learned from http://www.dadabhagwan.org/scientific-solutions/relationship/pratikraman...). Believe me; this works!

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Art Markman, Ph.D., is a cognitive scientist at the University of Texas whose research spans a range of topics in the way people think.


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