Chapter 11, Problem 1SGB
Given statements as Mostly true and Mostly False as per you.
Here, we need to mark the following statements as mostly true or mostly false −
- To be honest, my problem is not so bad that it needs changing.
- The behavior may be a fault, but it is nothing that I really need to change
- I am aware of the issue, but I am fine with it.
- I have been thinking that I would like to change that behavior
- I wish I knew more about how to solve that problem
- I would like to understand that behavior better to start changing it.
- I am actually doing something about it right now.
- I am really starting to change, but I am not there yet.
- I am in the process of changing, but I want to be more consistent.
- I have already completed the change, and I do not plan to backslide.
- The change has become part of my day, and I notice if I do not stay with it.
- The new behavior is now a part of my life and I do not think about it anymore.
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