Talking about addictions

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The misconceptions of addictions

Unfortunately, you usually do not choose that consciously, which is one of the mean tricks of addictions: they operate in the subconscious! They make you feel like you still have control, which is true, and yet, somehow, you find yourself trapped time and time again.

The causes for addiction

A couple of months ago, I read this brilliant article from Matthew Ward on Medium, where he wrote those sentences:

How to get out of addiction

To see the accurate proportions again, I suggest to start asking yourself:

Final thoughts

You can look at addictions as guests: they come, and if they don´t go voluntarily, then you can throw them out.

It is only a false belief that addiction is bigger than you.

That belief is not only strong,

But also wrong!

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