- Activities we perform instinctively.
- Actions we don't know or realize we're doing.
- Thoughts or Responses to certain activities or actions. We call these reactions.
Remember that you can never simply "Stop A Habit" you always "Replace A Habit"
I like to use smoking as an example, because many can relate to this vicious habit. Many people who have overcome the habit of smoking "Like Myself" will share the common story of getting involved with other activities. Simple steps such as drinking a glass of water when you crave a cigarette starts a process of replacing this habit with other less addictive habits.
With realizing how we live our lives, we surround ourselves with activities we engage in. Some of these activities get the better of us, and form "Bad Habits" and the only real way of eliminating a bad habit is to envelop your life with other actions or "Good Habits".
By doing so, you gradually phase out the bad habit from existence.
What are your opinions on "Good habits vs Bad habits"?
To read more on this topic I completed an article that may help people overcome there bad habits
Read it here: A Life Of Habits