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Re: The Man who ate himself to death

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Paul-H
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The trouble with addictions is that we don’t ever actually beat them, if we are lucky we learn to control them but they don’t ever really go away.

In my case other Thant the obvious food addiction I used to have a 100 a day cigaret habit, which in my case I finally got control of the day Denis Healy put them up to a £1 a packet, so that was the early eighties and even after all these years I still catch myself staring at them in the news agents, mind you I cannot believe how anyone can now spend around £8 a packet.

Some additions are easier than others to get some control over as you can just stop using whatever you are addicted to, be it Alcohol, Drugs, Cigarets, etc but some are harder as you have to use to a much smaller amount, like food. Not saying that giving up any addiction is easy though.

Well done to anyone that now have control of there own demons we all know how hard it is, just don’t swap one addiction for another, as that’s so easy to do as well.

Paul

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