Learn habits that are helpful, not harmful.
An addiction is an obsessive, uncontrollable and often harmful attachment to an activity, behavior or substance. Addiction means that you have no control over taking, doing or using something. Typically an addiction begins as a small and perhaps harmless occasional habit, a behavioral pattern that is not particularly damaging. Over time it can escalate, becoming more powerful, eventually interfering with and destroying your quality of life.
If you suffer from addictions, you will probably find yourself in a continuous struggle with your conscious mind to control and stop this harmful addiction. What you fail to understand is that the subconscious plays a key and deciding role in whether or not you can free yourself from this addiction. Willpower alone will rarely provide you with the ability to overcome your addiction.
The only way to break an addiction is to rewire the brain and change the neural pathways which drive you to carry out the addiction. The most effective way of doing this is by using Cognitive Coaching to work with the unconscious mind because the behavior itself is unconscious.
Through Cognitive Coaching we create a heightened awareness in you. You are more receptive to suggestions in this state, and patterns that are compatible with their goals will easily appear. This will allow me to offer ideas about the substance or activity that you are addicted to in order to help you gain control over it. Cognitive Coaching helps you break addictive patterns and replaces them with new, more positive and healthy behaviors that can change your life for the better.