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- October 22, 2022
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This is a really nice article about how each of us are unique and have elemental levels of ourselves. If you think of yourself as an emotional, spiritual, or intellectual being, you are likely to have more anxiety or depression, or an obsession with alcohol or drugs.
We also all have something in common: the need to feel something. Being on the bottom of the food chain, or being the lowest on the ladder of status, is a common one. This is a huge problem when it comes to our love lives for example. So many people are completely oblivious to their own feelings and are constantly on the look out for the next thing that will make them feel better.
Like all of the other things that come to mind, anxiety and depression and addiction share a lot of common traits. I know I’m not the only one who thinks that, but I can’t actually say that I do. But in general, there are some common traits that tend to be more difficult to identify than others.
Some of these things are more obvious to us than others. But in general a person who is anxious is likely to have trouble focusing and may be easily distracted. A person who is depressed is likely to feel sad almost all of the time, and their mood is often inconsistent and changing all the time. A person who is addicted to a drug is likely to have a hard time not having a fix, and often times that is a way of getting the fix without even having to get high.
When it comes to anxiety, depression, and addiction in general, the way we think and feel is extremely personal. Which may be why we have so much difficulty identifying a number of of these things. To take just one example, the way a person may feel when they think they are about to die may be very different from how they feel when their body is still.
The fact is that anxiety, depression, and addiction are all different kinds of things. They are part of the human experience, but they are not the same thing. For example, people who have been addicted to crack can never go back to not using crack. In fact, many of them have a hard time identifying themselves as addicts.
That’s because addiction and depression are two separate things. Addiction is a state of mind in which a person has decided to turn their life around, or at least try to. So when someone starts using drugs, that’s not an addiction. When they stop using drugs, that’s not a depression. These are two completely different things. Depression, on the other hand, is a state of mind in which a person is so depressed that they lose their interest in life.
The thing about addiction, is that it is not a conscious decision to turn your life around. It might be a compulsion, but in most cases if you are in the habit of drugs, you are not in the habit of being depressed.
It is a decision, but it is not a choice. In the case of a depression, you might turn to alcohol for comfort, but that doesn’t mean you are a depressed alcoholic. You might be depressed and still enjoy yourself but you are not a depressed alcoholic. A depressed alcoholic would be someone who drinks to numb themselves from the pain of life, not to make themselves feel better.
Depression is a decision. A decision to do something, anything, because you feel the urge. Whether it is to get high, eat a pizza, or go dancing, a decision is made. The decision is made because the thought of the urge is overwhelming, and there are no options. If you are not in the habit of depression, you are not depressed.