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Habit Change Archives - All About Habits

Category: Habit Change

You Can’t Handle the Truth: How Confirmation Bias Distorts Your Opinions

One of the many cognitive biases that afflict humans, confirmation bias refers to our tendency to search for and favor information that confirms our beliefs while simultaneously ignoring or devaluing information that contradicts our beliefs.

You vs. You: How Your Current Self Is Making Life Much Harder for Your Future Self

An intriguing theory about why we tend to choose immediate gratification over rewards that will pay off later has emerged from the field of addiction studies.

A Tale of Grapes, Politics, Cults, and Aliens: Why People Cling to False Beliefs

We resort to mental gymnastics to avoid accepting that our logic – or our belief system itself – is flawed. Lying, denying, and rationalizing are among the tactics we employ to dance around the truth and avoid the discomfort that contradiction creates. We avoid or toss aside information that isn’t consistent with our current beliefs. Emotions trump logic and evidence. Once our minds are made up, it is very difficult to change them.

An Open Letter to Mothers and Caregivers Everywhere

If you are struggling with your weight or want to prevent obesity in your family, or aren’t concerned about weight issues but want to eat and move better and find time for self-care, we’ve got ideas for you. Your family does not have to be a statistic.

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