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    I go through alcohol phases where I drink a lot and have suffered some consequences.. and have been very very lucky not to suffer some consequences that perhaps I SHOULD have suffered or could have suffered. I guess I don't really want to get into detail about that. So I have to purposely not drink to not screw my life up anymore. Although its difficult at times. Don't think i'm an alcoholic.. probably just an idiot in my early twenties. but some people have showed concern at times, and sometimes I wonder about myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wild horses View Post
    I can be quite addictive, however, I can also get bored. What I have found is during times of serious addiction to something or someone I can be very intense for a long while, however, I soon get frustrated and more importantly bored with myself. This helps as it means I don't push the self-destruct button for too long at a time. However, I hjate doing things by halfs... much to my own detriment

    I can relate to this

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    I've had a couple of extended family members that had alcohol problems. I'm wary of it myself because I've seen what it can do to someone in excess. Which isn't to say that I don't have a drink or two on the weekends.

    Never saw much of a reason to smoke a cigarette more than one every month or two. Never had the itch for one that everyone talks about.

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    Was wondering whether or not addictive behaviour was more realted to your family tree as opposed to type. I also have a few family members with addicted behaviour, however, like me they have periods of addiction and then periods where they are totally stable. Kind of manic as opposed to a constant addictive state
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    I am terrified of becoming addicted to anything stronger than caffeine. Lots of history of addiction in fam and have seen where things go, if allowed. WoW, the internet, books are really the only escapes I need or can handle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Metamorphosis View Post
    I would be much more prone to abusing uppers than downers/hallucinogenics.
    Same. I'm typically very low key, so alcohol and marijuana don't do much for me. When I'm not in a good mental state, I tend towards consuming far too much caffeine, which only increases my anxiousness. I try to stay away from cocaine for that reason, as I could see it becoming an appealing substance.

    Generally I'm slow to form habits and quick to kick them, but I've never struggled with a serious addiction so I couldn't say for sure.
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    INFP. Coffee. Good thing it is a measly addiction that can be overcome every other day at will.

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    Marijuana,... It helps me deal with my ADD!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prototype View Post
    Marijuana,... It helps me deal with my ADD!
    Huh. One of my friends does the same thing.

    Alcohol is my drug of choice, but I drink rarely.

    I I were to become addicted to anything, it'd be information, via books and the internet.
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