Behavior

Addiction

An addiction is any habitual psychological and/or physiological dependence on a substance, thought, practice or behavior that one cannot intentionally control. For example:

If you can’t stop arguing with the people you love, you’re addicted to your opinions, judgment and being right.

If you can’t end your self-deprecating internal dialogue, you’re addicted to self-hate.

If you can’t forgive those you are angry with, you’re addicted to resentment.

If you can’t cease making a big deal out of everything, you’re addicted to drama.

If you can’t discontinue your need to make yourself better than others, you’re addicted to pride.

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