We know that there are mental health issues that are associated with addiction. One of these mental health issues is addiction. That’s why I decided to write about it.
While there are many factors that lead to addiction, one of the most detrimental is that the addict has a tendency to keep going through the same motions when things don’t seem to work. The more times the addict goes through the same motions, the more likely they are to come up with the same addictive behavior.
One of the things that may be contributing to this is that some people feel their addictions have no limits. This is a dangerous notion because it leads to a culture of addiction, where you feel like you can go anywhere, do anything, and never have to worry about being held accountable for your own actions.
Sure, that’s why you find yourself in jail, or in the hospital on the side of the road, or in the back of a cab. You can’t be certain you’re not going to get yourself into trouble, but it’s better to be safe than sorry. And you can always find yourself in jail or in a hospital or in the back of a cab again if you decide that’s what you want to do.
In a typical scene if a character had to get away from something and jump into a car and go to a crime scene, its a very bad analogy, but you know what? If you get arrested for that, the consequences will be clear, but what if they were not involved at all? You may even get arrested for a crime you actually did nothing to, and you are released.