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Title: Dissociated Addiction Disordered We have a habit of shifting the blame
Author: Fraser Trevor
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Dissociated Addiction Disordered We have a habit of shifting the blame, and this can get ugly – especially in situations where we try to b...
Dissociated Addiction Disordered We have a habit of shifting the blame, and this can get ugly – especially in situations where we try to blame those closest to us for our behaviour. But this is only one aspect of blame-shifting. Another form of blame-shifting is in the worldview of an addict has to do with blaming the substance, rather than the dissociation.

For those struggling with alcohol addiction, the alcohol is not really the problem. For substance abusers, the substance is not the problem. It’s just a substance. The real problem is the mind-based behaviour of Dissociation addiction. Shifting our focus to the escapist behaviour will help us better position ourself for a successful recovery. It’s a subtle but important stage that helps us understand that getting better (and staying better) begins with treating ourselves.

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