The science behind why breaking habits are hard

Teboho Monyamane, clinical psychologist, looks at some of the reasons why breaking habits is so hard.

Monyamane says one must think about a routine behaviour that you do daily.

Breaking a habit is hard because it’s done by repetition, you do it over and over again without thinking about it. Because of the repetition it has become almost second nature.

Teboho Monyamane, clinical psychologist,
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