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Substituting Is The Wrong Way

November 7, 2012

Sometime we tend to stop the original addiction, but the inner currents that were washing us still flowing. We feel an urge to compensate for the  lost addiction. We start a new addiction. For example we can substitute cigarettes with food or chewing gum addiction.

The substitute can be as bad or worse than original addiction.

As far as we are not controlling substitution, we are dealing with the same lady with different robe, though, looking superficially on the surface it can be viewed as less harmful addiction.

Such substitution can serve as bridge before total release of the original addiction. However we must not make it our last stop. Our goal is fully releasing any addiction.

Total freedom!

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