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Changing Behavior

This can be an area you want to maintain, improve, increase/decrease depending on the type of change. Examples: eat better/healthier, exercise (start or increase), manage stress, improve sleep, quit/decrease smoking, and/or improve time management.

Attack of the Relapse Man

By Terence T. Gorski, Illustrated by Rich Janney

A huge warning sign for a potential relapse is the withdrawal from social support, meetings, and reverting back to spending time with old friends who reinforce old behaviors. Becoming Dishonest and Deceptive Dishonesty and deception are some of the most common features of addiction.


Negative Behavior

Some of these bad habits are bad because they go against the grain of what society expects from us (breaking promises, being consistently late, sleeping in late). Others are here because they could potentially be detrimental to us in time (slouching while sitting, leaving keys in random places, staying up late).


Analyze yourself and your actions

Being aware of yourself is an important first step in knowing you are as a person. Building self-awareness is one way to go about analyzing yourself including your beliefs, attitudes, behaviors, and reactions. There are many ways to learn how to analyze yourself.


Roadmap to Change

  • Write down your plan: Try to create a habit loop: cue, routine and reward. ...

  • Make your goal public and develop a support team: Ask your family, friends or colleagues to help hold you accountable. ...

  • Make a plan for when you falter. ...

Let's Work Together

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