Breaking patterns: How to change unpleasant habits
Why do new beginnings fail so often and why is it so hard to learn new behaviors?
- The brain can achieve a lot but is unfortunately resistant to new things too.
- Special areas of the brain are responsible for consolidating what has been learned and trained. The more often a behavior is carried out, the more firmly it is anchored in the brain.
- During childhood, these functions of the brain are particularly motivated to strengthen behaviors. As a result, many people have difficulty breaking their parents' beliefs or breaking away from taught habits.
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