Dude, a substance doesn't have to be a drug to be addicted to it. My addiction manifests itself in alcoholism. It is caused by forming a mental and physical addiction to alcohol. Many people's cravings for alcohol are caused by a sense of euphoria following a drink. After a while, addiction develops on a biochemical level. At some point, a person cannot give up alcohol on a physical level. This is terrible. Fortunately, there is now a great deal of literature and more information on dealing with addiction. In my case, I got better after dry january
. It was like I had a sense of purpose in my life. Who here has had a similar addiction? What advice can you give on how not to snap?