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  • hala a
    hala a
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    does food addiction count?

  • Bullet proof
    Bullet proof
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    Cylinder of Marihuana chiuahahhahahahahah😂😂😂😂😭😭😭

  • Mister Defeated
    Mister Defeated
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    I can't be an addict; I'm mental. Ah well!

  • one two
    one two
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    funny how "sitting alone in a room with our own thoughts without any distraction daring to feel pain, desire etc…" is precisely that which am addicted to. The mind is a self-deceiving instrument. Don't get tricked guys there is no way out of it!

  • Tattii Lein
    Tattii Lein
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    Can someone help me? I’m looking for one video from TSOL about how we make partners depend on us and kinda „put them in cage“. But I can’t find it anymore 😩 I remember a cage in the thumbnail 🤷🏼‍♀️ can anybody help?

  • Yeya Martinez
    Yeya Martinez
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    I love this videos, everything is so perfect to understand . Makes me feel normal and able to get thru anything and everything. We are all just humans .

  • ticoesrico
    ticoesrico
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    Is this stuff even scientifically backed? It all seems too romantic/spiritual…

  • Debbie Moore
    Debbie Moore
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    Addiction is awful and it is about a lack of connection and a way to distract from deeper pain. Once the healing begins and you sit with your demons and pain its awful just awful and you contemplate suicide on more than one occasion but it gets easier over time. Once you accept you are an addict and that you will have to live with that fact and that triggers could happen at any time and surrender to your higher power it does get easier, you have to change your life and completely change your life to make healthier choices, its a process but one over time that gives you so much power and courage its amazing.

  • Rashad Ordway
    Rashad Ordway
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    Addition 🤔

  • Rashad Ordway
    Rashad Ordway
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    🤔

  • Mister Smith
    Mister Smith
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    This is a great video on addiction. One of the best explanations

  • daebbiri
    daebbiri
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    Being alone in a dark room and thinking only leads to a choking sense of panic. It's feels better to keep myself intoxicated, hyped, or asleep. Last night I slept for over 24 hours because I was too nervous about an upcoming test but wanted to avoid studying for it or thinking about it. The day before, I was drunk. This morning, I had two cups of coffee already, and its only 0930 am. I must be addicted to everything.

  • Pierre-Emmanuel Gallais
    Pierre-Emmanuel Gallais
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    Ever read Dependence by Albert Memmi? Thanks for the video!

  • Cal .W
    Cal .W
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    I have had different addictions throughout my short life but right now mine is food. I order new junk food everyday even when there’s left overs. I’ve spent an appalling amount of money on junk food & takeaways but I can’t seem to stop myself from consuming and consuming.

  • Woolite Mammoth
    Woolite Mammoth
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    my dudes, great videos, buy please get a de-esser for your voice over. The SSS are so sharp they actually made my ears hurt. Thank you 🙂

  • Atto Napz
    Atto Napz
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    Is someone addicted to what a.dick.did?

  • Sabine Theresia Schmitt
    Sabine Theresia Schmitt
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    When you start Detoxification of the Body the brain, mind, soul will heal too and thus your emotional balance and thinking.

  • Sabine Theresia Schmitt
    Sabine Theresia Schmitt
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    What If there were external and internal toxins that highjack your brain so that rational thinking, emotional stability, mindfulness/meditation are not possible or only when the load of toxins is reduced? Grains, dairy and sugar are for example foods that highjack the brain.

  • Luke ODonnell
    Luke ODonnell
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    So you want us to be addicted to philosophy? And with that philosophers. What an egotist you are alain de botton

  • steef4000000
    steef4000000
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    im doing exercise because my mind is telling me to stop being so lazy that i look like i died long ago

  • frankiecrocker
    frankiecrocker
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    When asked why he drank so much, an addicted friend of mine once answered that Life was boring. I now believe he meant life was actually torturous. There are so many things that we never talk about, especially to people we are close to: deep secrets, hurt feelings, awful experiences, dark desires. Generally, we don't open up to
    others because we fear some kind of negative response that would only lead to more shame or hurt.
    Eventually, we begin to keep it a secret from ourselves and that's when the torture begins. Binge eating, binge watching TV shows, drug use, maturation or sex addiction, texting, social media, video games, etc.
    I guess we all have a "Distraction Addiction". I believe that coping skills or emotional health should be taught in schools, maybe we would graduate more emotionally healthy young adults.

  • BeingBeaden
    BeingBeaden
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    could you do a video on love addiction?

  • Ibrahim Deniz
    Ibrahim Deniz
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    Yar bana bir Türkçe altyazı.

  • Michael Juliano
    Michael Juliano
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    I'm still not totally clear on what it means to face myself or how that actually helps deal with the pain of loss. I've long been led to believe that I ought to do this, but every time I do allow myself to experience the pain of loss, I'm overwhelmed by the feelings to the point that I more or less drop out of functioning society. In fact, the only way I ever seem to come out of this is by avoiding the thoughts that lead me to feel so terrible. What does it really mean to "deal" with thoughts and emotions?

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