I am addiction

Posted: November 23, 2014 in Uncategorized

I am addiction, happy to finally great you…
I’m sorry, We, a society of addicts hidden in plain site have failed you, your loved one, or shattered your family.
I have always been here, in perfect harmony with the trills in life that keep us all buzzing about. The world is a vampire, sucking the life blood of all who provide their innocence and naivety to the fruits that have become us.
We are all guilty of indulging on the very things that make us feel…everyone needs to be seen smiling. Life is not just the separation of cells…
… it has become the separation to excel !
While we all find comfort in the warmth of another, each and every one of us would climb each other for the last drop of water on earth. It’s instinct, survival, what we are really made of…most would consume an extra drop over sharing or leaving it behind, that’s just natures way of receiving you. To provide for your offspring is the only other survival tactic there is … to self preservation.
Weather we consume an extra minute of joy, sleep, nourishment or excitement, addiction to that very procedure, sneaks in un noticed by the very ones who practice. Generally your own addictions effect, affects others before it’s recognition as a factor in your own life’s struggle.
We are your children, your spouses, your friends, the people who serve you dinner at your favorite restaurant, your doctor, your neighbor, the actors in your favorite films, the musicians who perform your favorite songs, and so on. Some of us are quite obvious, and others are well-hidden, suffering the ugly effects of this disease alone on their bathroom floor, shaking violently, soaked in tears, and overflowing with shame.
80% of us struggle with addiction daily! While 20% of us admit it being a problem for them. These very stats, show a degree of normalcy, being addicted to something…sooner or later, even if it eventually KILLS YOU.
Try and Enjoy ! It’s our survival, to save the children…

Edited, taken in part from ” The Poison Truth” by Craig Dickinson DAAD

When referring to any kind of addiction, it is important to recognize that its cause is not simply a search for pleasure and that addiction has nothing to do with one’s morality or strength of character. Experts debate whether addiction is a “disease” or a true mental illness, whether drug dependence and addiction mean the same thing, and many other aspects of addiction. Such debates are not likely to be resolved soon. But the lack of resolution does not preclude effective treatment.


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