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How to stay away from vice

smoking kimBago po mag-react ang kaibigan kong si Vice Ganda na co-host ko sa It’s Showtime, walang kinalaman sa kanya ang linyang nabanggit. Hindi rin siya ang Vice na sinasabi kong dapat mong iwasan.

Bakit nyo naman iiwasan ang isang gaya ni Vice eh masaya itong kausap at naglalatag pa ng kaligayahan sa taong bayan araw-araw?

We are talking about those bad habits that we want to correct or stop.

We know vices, such as drinking, smoking, drugs, addictive sex, are bad for us yet some of us continue to succumb to them.

Hindi madaling talikuran o iwanan ang isang vice o bisyo nakaraniwang masaya at nakapagpapaligaya sa atin. Para nga pala itong si Vice Ganda. Nakaka-adik.

Unang-una, kailangan daw magkaroon tayo ng awareness sa vice natin. The first step in stopping a bad habit is to recognize how serious it is.

Huwag magbulag-bulagan.
Tandaan. Vices don’t really have any positive effects at all.

Ang isang bisyo ay karaniwang nagsisimula sa step one, mamunti lang, hanggang lumaki ito at lumala.

According to one study, a vice can damage one’s well-being by damaging certain organs which are vital to living a good life. It can also damage one’s personal relationships as it can affect how you communicate with them.

Mahalaga ang suporta mula sa family and friends para ma-overcome natin ang isang masamang bisyo.

A good support system goes a long way.

Ang mahalaga ay magkaroon ka ng moral booster na magsasabing ‘Kaya mo ’yan.’

Seeking professional help is another.

Professionals can give you a more methodical approach to battling a vice.

What’s important is to get started in your path to conquering an ugly vice. But, commit yourself to kiss it goodbye.

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TRIVIA PA MORE (Various sources): In the 13th century, people in Norway baptized their children with beer.

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The odds of a coin flip are not 50-50, but actually 51-49. It will most likely land facing the same direction as it started.

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Suicide is a crime in Islam and attempts may lead to prosecution.

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Hinduism accepts a man’s right to commit suicide through fasting to death, called “Prayopavesa.”

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Mother Teresa considered suffering a gift from God. She was criticized for her clinics’ lack of care and malnutrition of patients.

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Still beating hearts of live cobras are eaten as a delicacy in Vietnam.

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Monkey brains are eaten as a delicacy in parts of China, South Asia and Africa.

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Stress can cause a human’s hair to fall out up to 10 times more than usual.

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