Do your good intentions fall by the wayside every time after a few weeks? You know, but feel like you're in a vicious circle? Get rid of bad habits thanks to the tools from psychologists Ellen Schouppe and Tara Kuklis. You improve your mental health and tackle your unhealthy habits. You will discover how they are built up and work step by step towards your goal through assignments. This way you take control of your unconscious routine. At the end of the program you feel better about yourself and you lay a good foundation for the rest of your life.
How do you make new habits stick effectively? What do your own habits look like and do you know your good and bad habits? In this first video of How to change your habits, sports psychologists Ellen Schouppe and Tara Kuklis answer your questions.
What are habits really like? How do they work and what are the underlying mechanisms? Ellen and Tara discuss their personal triggers that fuel habits, giving you insights into your own triggers and habits.
Research shows that one of the strongest forms of mental training is visualization. But how exactly does this work? What exactly should you visualize? Ellen and Tara give you some tools, so you can build your good habits step by step.
Two important factors in building good habits are self-control and self-knowledge. For example, self-control is what you need to not give in to those bad habits. But exactly how this works, Ellen and Tara explain to you in full.
How do you feel when you have not achieved a certain goal? Do you manage to start over? And what can you learn from this? Ellen and Tara tell you in this video why it is important to reflect on the moment that you have not achieved a goal.
Is superstition a habit? And can it have a positive effect on keeping a good habit? In this final video, Ellen and Tara give you the last tips to maintain good habits and tell you which myths are true and which are not.