Habits are Harder to Form in Adulthood?

I follow this blog [below], as the author asks their audience some thought-provoking questions. This recent question was especially interesting to me, and I’m curious to know what you all think. Click through to the original post to read my answer!

Pointless Overthinking

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Hi all,

I hope everyone is doing well! Today, I want to talk about one way I use without knowing that makes me value and hang onto my habits more: leaving my habits for a while. I have been getting back to some of my old habits recently and I like this. I also have been thinking why some habits are harder to form in adulthood. I want to combine these in this post.

We all have habits. Some from our childhood, some we form in adulthood. The ones we form in childhood become a part of personality. The ones in adulthood depends, at least in my case. Let’s say that I was an avid reader as a child. Chances are that I still am one. I also probably read just as much now as then. If I have not established myself as a good reader as a kid and…

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