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March 28, 2018

An interesting little article in The New York Times: Resistance Is Futile. To Change Habits, Try Replacement Instead.

"It turns out this experience has a name. It’s called the ironic process theory, and it almost guarantees that your efforts to change bad habits by resisting those habits will fail. Research shows that 'thought suppression has counterproductive effects on behaviors.' If you’ve ever desperately told yourself not to scratch that mosquito bite or buy another cactus on Amazon, I’m sure this comes as no surprise."