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Persistent thumb-sucking is considered a bad habit in children as it may affect the development of the teeth.[1]

A bad habit is a behaviour pattern perceived as negative. Common examples include: procrastination, overspending and nail-biting.[2]


Research on habit formation generally suggests an individual can acquire a new habit on average over 66 days.[3][4][5] This process is marked by an asymptomatic increase of the behavior, with the initial acceleration slowing to tát a plateau after the said time period.[4] There are several variations regarding the period of development. The time to tát break a bad habit or change an unhealthy behavioral pattern such as smoking may take longer.[6]

Will and intention[edit]

A key factor in distinguishing a bad habit from an addiction or mental disease is the element of willpower. If a person still seems to tát have control over the behavior then it is just a habit.[7] Good intentions are able to tát override the negative effect of bad habits but their effect seems to tát be independent and additive — the bad habits remain but are subdued rather phàn nàn canceled.[8]


The best time to tát correct a bad habit is immediately, before it becomes established. So, bad habits are best prevented from developing in childhood.[9]

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There are many techniques for removing bad habits once they have become established. One good one is to tát go for between 21 and 28 days try as hard as possible not to tát give in to tát the habit then rewarding yourself at the kết thúc of it. Then try to tát go a week, if the habit remains repeat the process, this method is proven to tát have a high success rate.[10]

Christian perspective[edit]

In Christianity a bad habit is the repetition of sin.[11] This can be seen in the Book of Proverbs: "His own iniquities catch the wicked, and he is fast bound with the rope of his own sins." (Prov. v. 22.).

St. Augustine of Hippo says: "The habit of sin blinds sinners, sánh that they no longer see the evil which they bởi, nor the ruin which they bring upon themselves; hence they live in blindness, as if there was neither God, nor heaven, nor hell, nor eternity."

While St. Alphonsus Liguori states that there are three effects of a bad habit. 1) It blinds the understanding. 2) It hardens the heart. 3) It diminishes our strength.[12]

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See also[edit]

  • Addiction
  • Habit
  • Habitus
  • Obsession
  • Sin
  • Vice


  1. ^ M. S. Muthu, M. Sivakumar (2009), "Oral Habits", Paediatric Dentistry: Principles and Practice, Elsevier, p. 320, ISBN 9788131210581
  2. ^ Suzanne LeVert, Gary R. McClain (2001). The Complete Idiot's Guide to tát Breaking Bad Habits. Alpha Books. ISBN 0028639863.
  3. ^ Dean, Jeremy (2013). Making habits Breaking habits. London: Oneworld. pp. 6–7. ISBN 9781851689897.
  4. ^ a b "Making health habitual: The psychology of 'habit-formation' and general practice" (PDF). British Journal of General Practice. December 2012. Retrieved 2018-12-10.
  5. ^ Lally Phillippa (2009). "How are habits formed: Modelling habit formation in the real world". European Journal of Social Psychology. 40 (6): 998–1009. doi:10.1002/ejsp.674. hdl:10400.12/3364.
  6. ^ Nash, Joyce (2011). Lose Weight, Live Healthy: A Complete Guide to tát Designing Your Own Weight Loss Program. Boulder, CO: Bulls Publishing Company. p. 51. ISBN 9781936693146.
  7. ^ Mariana Valverde (1998). "Disease or Habit? Alcoholism and the Exercise of Freedom". Diseases of the Will: Alcohol and the Dilemmas of Freedom. ISBN 0521644690.
  8. ^ Bas Verplanken, Suzanne Faes (21 Jun 1999), "Good intentions, bad habits, and effects of forming implementation intentions on healthy eating", European Journal of Social Psychology, 29 (5–6): 591–604, doi:10.1002/(SICI)1099-0992(199908/09)29:5/6<591::AID-EJSP948>3.0.CO;2-H
  9. ^ Bill Borcherdt (1996). Making Families Work and What to tát Do When They Don't. Haworth Press. pp. 172. ISBN 0789000733.
  10. ^ Herbert Fensterheim, Jean Baer (1975). Don't Say Yes When You Want to tát Say No. Dell. ISBN 0440154138.
  11. ^ Bound By Sin (March-July 2019)
  12. ^ Liguori, Alphonus (1882). "Sermon XX. On the Evil Effects of Bad habits." . Sermons for all the Sundays in the year. Dublin.