Let’s say you broke your leg playing soccer or in a car accident or someone hit you with a bat or you tripped on the sidewalk. Does it really matter how you broke your leg? The reality is your leg is broken. What are you going to do about it? How are you going to resolve the issue?
Similarly, there are many causes of addiction: genetics, environment, brain chemistry, personal influence and many more. But, in reality, it doesn’t truly matter how you got addicted…the question is: What are you going to do about it?
The question is: What are you going to do about it?
In the case of the broken leg, obviously, you want to get it treated regardless of how it happened. If you want to resolve the situation or make it better usually you need to take some form of action. I hope that you will take action to overcome your addiction. The good news is now you have the information to do it; I will show you how and what to do. Then at the end of the day the final decision is up to you.
Of course, you know it makes no sense to walk around with a broken leg when help and doctors who can fix it are available. Along this same line, it makes no sense to walk around suffering from the ravaging and destructive effects of addiction when there is help available immediately. As Bob Dylan said, “you can have the truth, but you must choose it.” I hope you will take action on the information you receive. This is the key to your path of recovery.