Addiction is a neuropsychological disorder characterized by persistent use of a drug, despite substantial harm and other negative consequences. Repetitive drug use often alters brain function in ways that perpetuate craving, and weakens self-control.

Instead of having an addiction or 1 addiction, I’m pursuing several addictions.


Because, the more addictions a person has the less probability the person has of becoming addicted to only 1 thing.

  • If I were addicted to food; I might end up fat.
  • If I were addicted to alcohol; I might not feel like exercising.
  • If I were addicted to exercising; I might develop anorexia.
  • If I were addicted to porn; I might not have a desire to have sex with another human.
  • If I were addicted to sex; I might associate all humans as gratifying objects.
  • If I were addicted to writing; I’d have no desire to read.
  • If I were addicted to reading; I’d hope someone else would continue to enable my addiction.
  • If I were addicted to sleeping; I’d never feel like cooking.
  • If I were addicted to cooking; I’d seldom keep up with important chores around the house.
  • If I were addicted to being lazy at home; I would seldom entertain friends at home.
  • If I were addicted to entertaining friends outside of the home; I might go broke.
  • If I were addicted to my appearance; I’d forget what it is to look imperfect. (That’s a joke.)

And on and on….balance is key. A balanced distraction creates positive experiences. If you only have 1 addiction; it might kill you or enable depression.

Published by Benjamin Schleibenhammerstew

Hello there. Everyone is an expert in their own mind. In the Present, we think about the Past, which dictates our Future. Don’t beat yourself up about The Past; there were too many non-constant variables to predict The Future. However, if you end up treating the Future like a crystal ball don’t be disappointed in it’s outcome but remember it ultimately was your Own Choice. Subconsciously living in a Conscious world or is it the other way around? Benjamin Schleibenhammerstew

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