Slow steps of rightful intent will help continue a steady path.
Eliminating bad habits and replacing them with good ones takes time. It's too much pressure on yourself to try and radically change your lifestyle in days, weeks, or even months.
I definitely think I'm getting better, however. I wish I could progress at a faster rate but the bad habits are burned into my daily life that change has been slow.
So to conclude, you're definitely not alone in this. The fact that you are aware of your situation puts you in a really good spot for growth. I would just encourage you to keep reaching out to others and aim for the small victories. Maybe instead of killing your most rooted bad habits, try developing some smaller good habits in the meantime.
Thanks for sharing, you can do this.
Realizing patience, perserverence, what do most of the time is huge..progress not perfection..new habits get easier & more automatic.
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