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Making Habits, Breaking Habits: Why We Do Things, Why We Don't, and How to Make Any Change Stick
by Jeremy Dean
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Reviewed by: John L. Hoh, Jr.

What are habits? Why are they so hard to form? Why is it that something so seemingly simple, such as eating an apple a day or drinking more water, is so hard to do, or do on a consistent basis?

Jeremy Dean is a psychologist who explores those areas of the mind where habits dwell, or are formed. This process is not immediate. Habits have to be formed. Jeremy Dean explores how they are formed and how to make changes in habits stick.

Besides trying to form good habits, we also have bad habits to break. Again, Jeremy Dean looks at that thought process. But in reality the breaking of bad habits means the cultivation of good habits.

Reading this book may be habit-forming. But the habits you may develop will be worth it.


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