The Complete Idiot's Guide to Breaking Bad Habits

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Penguin, Dec 1, 2000 - Self-Help - 346 pages
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Offers advice on and strategies for breaking such bad habits as smoking, alcohol, lying, teeth grinding, over-spending, compulsive cleaning, and chronic procrastination.
  

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Contents

What Is a Bad Habit?
3
Why You Do the Things You Do
17
But I Like It Like That
27
Just Say No
37
Evaluate Risks and Benefits
61
Prepare for Change
71
Just Do It
83
Get Back on That Horse
93
Starting Right Now
185
Establishing Emotional Integrity
197
Calming Those Compulsions
209
Your Very Personal Personal Space
221
Taming the Organizational Devil
229
Finally Fiscal Fidelity
241
Loving an Electronic High
253
Bad Habits and the Big Picture
265

Resist Those Cravings
101
Easing Up on Alcohol
111
Put That Cigarette Out
123
Calming the Caffeine Jitters
135
Food NotSoGlorious Food
145
Stop Driving Me and Everyone Else Crazy
159
Be Straightforward
173
Kids Do the Darnedest Things
275
Sit Stay Behave
291
Knowing When You Need More Help
305
Changing the World
315
Appendixes
323
B Glossary
331
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Glenn S. Rothfeld, M.D., M.Ac., (Arlington, MA) is a medical doctor who holds a master's degree in acupuncture, a clinical assistant professor at Tufts University School of Medicine, and the medical director of WholeHealth New England, Inc., in Arlington, MA.

Suzanne LeVert (New Orleans, LA) is the author or coauthor of more than 25 health and medical books for general audiences.

McClain, a psychologist, moderates focus groups for many Fortune 500 clients, works with individuals on dependency issues, and leads human growth and values clarification workshops.

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