9 Addictions You Must Break

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9 Addictions You Must Break

Everyone has some specific habits that help to entertain and make them happy. Habits have Positive benefits and negative benefits. Nowadays there are lots of things to learn. but we do not have time due to addictions. Here I have mentioned some addictions that we should mostly avoid for our better day and better life.

  1. Comparison
  2. Compart
  3. Quitting
  4. Distraction
  5. Your Phone
  6. Waiting for the perfect conditions to start
  7. Procrastination
  8. Complaining
  9. Multitasking

If you’ve recognized that your addiction is harming various aspects of your life and you’re ready to quit, here are a few things you should know about stopping an addiction.

  • Add a simple gratitude practice to your morning/evening routine.
  • Turn your phone off 1 hour before bed.
  • Do not turn the phone on for 1 hour after you wake.
  • Commit your full focus to whatever you’re doing.
  • Do not lose your life to procrastination.

* Anything else you think about this you could mention here:

Mathushika Mathanakumar Answered question April 16, 2023

Here I will share my opinion. By breaking free from these addictive behaviors, we can improve our overall health and well-being, deepen our connections with others, and create a more fulfilling and enjoyable life. Thanks for sharing this.

Mathushika Mathanakumar Answered question April 16, 2023

I Agree with your points, I recently started my morning and evening routine. In the future, I will consider other points, anyway thanks for the tips.

Logeswaran Vishnukanth Answered question April 9, 2023

Yes, I agreed Keerthiga Ganeswaran,

It’s important to recognize that breaking an addiction is not easy, and it takes time and effort to overcome it. It’s crucial to have a strong support system, whether it’s friends, family, or a professional, to help you through the process. Additionally, it’s important to identify the triggers that lead to your addiction and work on avoiding them or finding healthier alternatives to cope with them. Finally, don’t be too hard on yourself if you slip up, and remember that progress is not always linear. Keep working towards breaking the addiction and focus on the positive changes it will bring to your life.

Nigetha Rajah Answered question April 6, 2023

Yes keerthi, I agree with these points. I usually practising not seeing my phone in the mornings, since in my early days I was addicted to using the phone but one day I took an oath to myself not to see any notifications at the Mornings. After practising it my morning routine gets disciplined. Just wanna share my experience!

Verginiya Patrick Answered question April 4, 2023