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Author Johnson, Amy (Psychologist), author.

Title The little book of big change : the no-willpower approach to breaking any habit / Amy Johnson, PhD ; foreword by Mark Howard.

Publication Info. Oakland, CA : New Harbinger Publications, Inc., [2016]
©2016.

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Location Call No. Status
 PAS Allendale Branch Non-Fiction    153.85 JOH    DUE 11-06-20
 PAS Hill Avenue Branch Non-Fiction    153.85 JOH    Available
Description xli, 210 pages ; 18 cm
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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages [209]-210).
Contents Part 1: Understanding Your Habit -- 1 Your Habit Is a Sign of Your Mental Health -- 2 Wisdom Will Show You the Way -- 3 Why You Feel Hijacked -- 4 Your Habit Isn't Personal -- 5 You Need Insight, Not Information -- 6 Urges Are Your Inner Alarm Clock -- 7 That Voice Is Not "You" -- 8 All Thought Is Temporary and Fleeting -- 9 Willpower Is the Wrong Tool -- 10 All Thoughts Fade -- 11 When You Don't Give In to Urges, Your Habit Changes -- Part II: Ending Your Habit -- 12 Wake Up to the Soundtrack of Your Mind -- 13 There Is Power in the Pause -- 14 There Is Nothing You Must Do -- 15 Understanding Thought Changes Everything -- Part III: Lifelong Change -- 16 It Goes Easier -- 17 Setbacks Are Meaningless -- 18 Forget What You Think You Know -- 19 Build Healthy, Inside-Out Habits -- Final Thoughts -- Acknowledgments -- References.
Summary "It's not you--it's just the way you're wired. That's the message psychologist Amy Johnson tells readers with bad habits in her unique guide, The Little Book of Big Change. Drawing on a powerful combination of neuroscience and spirituality, this book shows readers that they are not their habits. Rather, their habits and addictions are the result of simple brain wiring that is easily reversed. By learning to stop bad habits at the source, readers will take charge of their habits and addictions--once and for all"-- Provided by publisher.
Subject Habit breaking.
Behavior modification.
Brain.
Added Author Howard, Mark, author of foreword.
ISBN 9781626252301 (paperback)
1626252300 (paperback)

 
    
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