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RobertsonO

People with addiction issues often don't get the help needed to learn about their behavior, identify issues and resolve to become a more mentally balanced, healthy person. Until they do, it's been my experience that they are difficult to be around and work with because their whole behavior model is based on the repetition of unhealthy behaviors.

What is your addiction? Energy drinks? Smoking? Vaping? Chewing? Guns? THC? Religion? Gambling? Sex? Facebook?

But what ever you do, don't fall into the trap of quitting. Being a 'quitter' is a harmful self image. Successful people FINISH then move on. You won't find the help you need if you don't even look for it.

Freedom from any addiction is worth it, try it, you just might like it.

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