Compare the Cuisine of One Country with the Cuisine of Another Country Essay

1697 Words Nov 15th, 2011 7 Pages
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A habit can be defined as any action that we have performed so often that it becomes almost an involuntary response. If one considers a habit to be undesirable, than it may be labeled as a bad habit. Every person has some sort of bad habit and many people want to break them, but it is a very difficult task for most. People spend so much time and even money trying to break these bad habits, but have little success. In order to break these bad habits, a person needs to work very hard to want to change. Change is not easy. It does take hard work and there is no short cut to achieving it. Nancy Schimelpfenig states that the first step in breaking a bad habit is to look at why you find the action so compelling. Is there some kind of
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Bad habits are formed more easily than good habits, and are usually the hardest to get rid of. Smoking, drinking, gambling, overeating, and eating fast food are all examples of bad habits. Many people, who know of their bad habits, want to change, but no matter how hard they try, they usually find themselves not being able to. To change, we have to have an intention and high motivation. It is easy to develop bad habits, especially when a person is young. This is because when a person is young, it is hard for him/her to distinguish the difference between right and wrong because of their inexperience. Bad habit is a process that starts from our mind—our thoughts. Habit is formed by a step-by-step process which involves thought, action, and repetition. Thought is the backbone of creating bad habits. Our mind plays a very important role in creating habits. Being humans, we do not realize the consequence(s) of turning our thoughts into reality. When these thoughts l People should realize that the only way to continue with a bad habit for very long is to sink back into denial of why they are doing it in the first place. Once they overcome any excuses, and have true motivations to change the bad for good, they can change their whole attitude as a person. Bad habits are formed over a period of time, it is important for us to avoid bad habits and try to control bad

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