What are the psychological dynamics when a couple tries to change a habit together?
The British Psychological Society, 16 February 2018, by Alex Fradera Changing an unhealthy habit depends a lot on your belief that you can do it, something psychologists call self-efficacy. Take smoking, for example. Your belief that you are capable of quitting will influence the likelihood you will decide to quit in the first place, the amount your smoking reduces, and your chances of staying smoke-free in the long-term. This self-belief doesn’t come out of nowhere. Besides