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As a Rule of Thumb, Don’t Do Drugs.

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As a Rule of Thumb, Don’t Do Drugs.

As a rule of thumb, don’t do drugs. You don’t ever know what you’re actually taking.

Do you find yourself unconsciously biting your nails, fidgeting, procrastinating, or reaching for a cigarette? Have you ever tried to quit, only to relapse within a few days? You’re not alone. Many people unknowingly acquire bad habits that continue for months, or even years, and never do anything to change their life. But no matter how long you’ve harbored your habit, you can always break free. Here’s a short list of the most effective ways to break any bad habit.

4 Tips for Breaking Bad Habits

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