#4: The Law Of Compulsive Behaviour - Deepstash
#4: The Law Of Compulsive Behaviour

#4: The Law Of Compulsive Behaviour

Our character is developed in our childhood, through our experiences, habits and our attachment style. It is deeply ingrained and stamped within us. It is the reason why we behave the way we do and why we repeat our behaviour (even though we know that we shouldn't do it) and why we fall into negative patterns. We never do something just ones. Figure out the strength of someone’s character and recognise toxic types. Break free from your own negative patterns by altering your character.

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sonnixo

Psychology student with a passion for learning and developing as a person.

The Laws of Human Nature by Robert Greene is a book that I think everyone should read at least once in their lifetime.

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