What are habits you have that cause harm to you or others?
Cue: the trigger that kicks off the habitual behavior. Cues that prompt routine behaviors, or habits, vary widely. They can take a lot of different forms.The Routine: the action that we have that works to fulfill that craving often it is our automatic actions The Reward is whatever the behavior (or routine) does for you.
We only do that which gives us rewards. Think about babies . . . they, as they age, develop habits. They cry for what they need, we give them what they need, and they learn that crying helps them fulfill their needs. Thus, crying becomes a reward. As they age and develop, we teach them new ways of receiving what they need instead of relying on negative behavior.
We can break our habits by having new behaviors/routines to fulfill our reward. In doing so, we must rely on our willpower.