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Josephine threw her wig on the couch, today had got to be the worst of all, her deadline was tomorrow and she still hadn’t come up with any plan of action or any draft to make it work. Her boss was at the verge of sacking her, she knew without no doubt that screwing up this deal meant loosing her job… This was a bad time to lose ones job, with the mortgage pilling up, the rent due, the bills adding up on each other, she was even out of gas. She gasped angrily what kind of “wahala” was this one.
She searched Frivoulsy Through her drawer, she was looking for the only cure
she knew, the only thing that calmed her in time of distress, that made her think properly and Placed her On cloud nine. She searched angrily throwing everything in her part away, bIt by bit She got more worse, becoming irritable at everything, suddenly she found the white powder, fell on her knees and drowned her self in that single sniff…
That single sniff did the magic, that single sniff brought her closer… That single sniff deciphered it all.
In the beginning there was you, and then you got addicted…
The coolest part about it is that you probably have no idea that you are addicted, surprised!! Don’t be, na we Dey rush addiction…
Ahahan…Nurse wa, Shebi addiction is only for drugs 😁😁
Issa lie…. 😈
Addictions isn’t only physical things that we consume, such as drugs or alcohol, but may include virtually anything and everything .
From sex, to chocolate ,to drugs, to alcohol, to social media, to a man, yessssss you can be addicted to a man, to gambling and even surprisingly to loneliness…. (God knows I have been addicted to one thing on this list and I can’t stop being addicted to the other)
Many people don’t even know they are addicted to their loneliness.
(A considerable number of psychologists, other health care professionals and lay people now insist that psychological dependency, as may be the case with gambling, sex, internet, work, exercise, etc. should also be counted as addictions, because they can also lead to feelings of guilt, shame, hopelessness, despair, failure, rejection, anxiety and/or humiliation.
When a person is addicted to something they cannot control how they use it, and become dependent on it to cope with daily life.
A habit may eventually develop into an addiction
Many of us can use substances or become engaged in activities without any significant problems. Some people, however, may experience damaging psychological and/or physical effects when their habit becomes an addiction .) this one is from www.medicalnewstoday.com
In other news addiction by mentalhelp.net is the repeated involvement with a substance or activity, despite the substantial harm it now causes, because that involvement was (and may continue to be) pleasurable and/or valuable.
Now ask Ya self… Before we go Along what have you been addicted too.
PS. Me. I yaf been addicted sha… That story is somewhere on my blog… Lolz… Catch me if you can @www.truefamzy.wordpress.com