Have you any bad habit from your childhood?
Do you want to share with us?
Yes, biting my nails. I have done it since I was little. There are times when I stop, and I have pretty nails, but inevitably I go back to the habit when I get stressed out.
I bite the skin around my nails... my mom put some special nail polish on my nails when I was little to keep me from biting my nails, but it just forced me in to a new habit near by...
I use to suck my thumb as a child, i later got a crib put into my mouth. That is the name of the metal contraption not an actual crib haha. But after i got the put in i have chewed my nails, its an extremely bad habit i would love to break quickly.
Yes, I do...tapping my pencil on the table, twist it around, biting it and sometime I break it without noticing. tap my finger on the table...i still do it...
Yes, I bite my pen when I'm not doing anything. Some kind of oral fixation I guess...I think it is connected to my smoking habit.
Yes! Thumb sucking at the same time twirling my hair. I had to give it up eventually except for the twirling of my hair. I unconsciously do it when I think too hard.
No! I was such a good child, says my mother, how could a full moon change into a new moon. LOL
Well, truly speaking, I nurture bad habits as I grow older.
Yes and that was making drawings and figures on the pages of my books and I even got punishments from my teachers at school for my art.
Yes playing with my hair. I do it more when im tired for some reason! But its all broke where i twist it round my finger which is not good!! x
Yes, I was sucking on my lower lip to fall asleep and while sleeping. I could not resist that and I was so ashamed that I was doing that until the beginning of my high school days. I don't know but I could not sleep without doing that. I remember mama would put toothpaste on my lips so when I got to taste it I wouldn't suck it but what I would do was to wash it and then suck it again. I stopped doing it when I was, if I'm not mistaken, second year high school.
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