Addiction Afflictions

Letting go and holding on are art forms. The proper version of each, that is. What’s suitable for you individually won’t line up the same for everyone else. Seizing whatever is healthfully appealing versus suffocating our own safety to nirvana involves serious psychological gymnastics. Obsessions in the wrong hands lend themselves to lots of troubles. Some of those may seem mild to a passerby or easily tamed to the flippant observer. However, things…

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