kenta
Asked by kenta
9 years ago
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QUESTION:

Do you think breaking a habit takes as much energy as forming a new habit?

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9 years ago
breaking a habit takes more energy than forming one, I mean most habits are formed on a subconscious level.
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9 years ago
I totally agree with Ryno, breaking a habit takes way more energy than forming one.
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9 years ago
i like where hes going with this post
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9 years ago
it's much harder to quit smoking than to pick up a cigarette and start
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8 years ago
This question was confusing in 'as much' means breaking and forming a habit are equal, so unless you think breaking and forming a habit take equal energy, the answer should be 'no'. breaking a habit is way harder than forming one. forming a habit is easy, almost by definition.
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7 years ago
Twice a much energy to break a habit. When you are breaking a habit you are also forming a new habit at the same time. But it is worth the extra energy!
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