Tuesday, October 9, 2012

What's your addiction?

I can't stop listening to Addiction off (hands down, NOT DEBATABLE, Ye's BEST album) Late Registration. I know, I know, the CD came out seven years ago, but when it's a classic, it's timeless. (The entry below, has the lyrics and the song in case you haven't heard it before. Shame on you if you haven't.) 

Addicted- devoted or given up to a practice or habit to something psychologically or physically habit-forming.

What's your addiction?

While listening to that song on constant repeat, I started thinking, hmmmm what IS your addiction Bianca? What can't you shake? And then *bing* it popped up. It's a person and I'm not ashamed. I just sat back and really thought about my behavior and how it relates to the definition. That doesn't mean that I'm obsessed in an uncomfortable or alarming way, it just means that I'm being completely real with myself, which I'm not ever. I'm always fronting and I'm making a change to stop that. Someone has to be real. That also doesn't mean that I can't break my addiction. There's therapy out there just for just about everything. I do feel relieved that I can come to terms with my addiction. 

Your addiction may not be one person, it could be multiple. It may not even be a person but something tangible or something that you do.

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