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Digital Subscriptions > Psychologies > No. 134 Sleep Easy > CREATE HAPPY HABITS


Vanessa King from Action for Happiness recommends The Power Of Habit by Charles Duhigg to help us carve out positive patterns


Almost any positive change involves breaking unhelpful or unhealthy habits and establishing new ones. In The Power Of Habit (Cornerstone, £8.99), Duhigg explains, in an engaging way, why we need habits, how they function in our brains and how we can change bad ones successfully.

Habits are hard to break because they are engrained in our minds, so our behaviour is automatic, rather than conscious. Based on neuroscience and other research, Duhigg argues that, if we understand how habits work, we can develop better strategies to tackle them.

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