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New Habits, New Pathways, and Rewards


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… New positive activities are needed.
As stated before, simply avoiding bad habit isn’t the only answer…
… “use it or lose it.”
Keep in mind the neurological concept of…
… pursue an activity and it will become more engrained.
Avoid an activity and its desire will wane,…
… they need to be rewarding and entertaining
New and positive habits need to be introduced, and…
… be a workaholic also,”
It’s not an uncommon cross addiction for the average addict to…
… those kinds of things are some of the new healthy habits.
finding ways to recreate, relax, quiet time,…
… reward ourselves
“Having a hobby is one of the ways we could…
… it feeds the body dopamine and endorphins.
Exercise is another beneficial habit, and…
… the pathological networks will weaken
This new circuit can eventually compete with the older one, and according to use it or lose it,…
… as replace bad behaviors with better ones.”
With this treatment we don’t so much ‘break’ bad habits…
… reoccurring.
Whatever rewarding activity is pursued, it needs to be an activity that is…
… wire together
Neurons that fire together…
… the compulsive activity,
Repeating a pleasurable activity instead of…
… wire apart
Neurons that fire apart…
… be avoided.
Rewarding activities that could trigger acting out should…