Beliefs Of An Addict | Better Believe It!

beliefs of an addict


Our beliefs determine how we act. When you change your beliefs, your behavior changes as a result. If you’re a smoker wanting to quit, changing your beliefs can help you kick the habit for good. If you quit by “willpower” alone, but you haven’t changed your beliefs, you have a good chance of relapsing. The beliefs you hold as true came to you through a variety of ways. Many came from what others told you, especially when you were a vulnerable child. Beliefs can also come from your experiences, from what you tell yourself, how you’ve interpreted and filtered the sensory data you’ve perceived, what you have focused on, etc. And your beliefs are reinforced by your emotions, which is why some people feel angry or scared when someone challenges their beliefs. In order to become a smoker, you had to have adopted certain beliefs, and to continue to smoke,…