Given The Right Tools We Have The Power To Break Our Bad Habits And Addictions9:35 PM
Whether it's anger, addictions, or constantly choosing the wrong partners, knowing why we pursue self-destructive behaviors is a crucial step in learning how to change it.
Any habit has the potential to become addictive – even procrastination.
"People can literally procrastinate about procrastinating,” Sacco said.Once a person becomes habituated and/or addicted to procrastination, they get derailed from their intended objective.
The acclaimed author of "Right Now Enough Is Enough," Sacco's self-help guide for overcoming addictions of all types combines Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) with the law of attraction.
In addition to being an author of many books and more than 800 magazine articles, Sacco is an award-winning lecturer at universities in both the USA and Canada, specializing in relationships, criminal psychology, addictions and mental health.
To learn more on Peter or his work, please visit: http://www.petersacco.com.
Available at bookstores and all online outlets:
Right Now Enough Is Enough - Overcoming Addictions And Bad Habits For Good
Book Locker Publishing
Breaking Those Damn Habits and Finally Getting Things Right: The Handbook to Understanding and Overcoming Procrastination and Keeping Positive Changes Coming