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6 Signs Showing You've Lost Control of Your Dependence

6 Signs Showing You've Lost Control of Your Dependence

What are the signs that show you've lost control of your addiction? Managing a habit can be one of the most difficult things anyone could ever undergo.

I went through a phase of unending apprehension, desolation and mental disturbance; during this phase, I felt tortured but then my breakthrough came, I got back on my feet and became the captain of my ship. It felt like the end of the world to me, there was nothing bigger than the worries of myself.


The worries never died, haunted me to sleep and everywhere I went, whatever I did.


The negative feelings and thoughts that I felt like almost killed me became one with the false alarm of happiness, dragging me even further to the depression hole and endless tunnels.

My world fell apart only months before I went into the rehab, it was the most depressive times for me and my addiction. Not realizing that I have lived with addiction problem gave me time to make up reasons why I acted like a person with no direction, giving up everything I worked hard for, everyone I care about left me and I have nothing left.


These 6 Signs Woke Me Up To Reality That I Went Too Far With My Addiction And That I Had To Make It Up

  • Life appears to be just doom and dark

Regardless of the quantity of the substance I took, my addiction made me feel disillusioned about life in general. Depression assumed control me like an overwhelming cover that prevented me from moving in any heading. Everything appeared to be hopeless and the guilt I began to feel could only be likened to the frustration I knew I was bringing on my loved ones. Everything appeared to be an acts of futility and the feeling of disappointment I began feeling must be contrasted and the failure I knew I was bringing about to my friends and family. I felt like everything was trying refresh my memory on my so many errors and the grief I was causing everyone. It was a never stopping system where dejection and anxiety passed the ball onto one an tither's court and my only path out was to heighten the amount I was utilizing. Clearly, by utilizing increasingly regularly, the winding of self-devastation I was included in took its darkest and heaviest turn and made me feel I was achieving a final turning point. At this point, the verbosity and the depression in life became such a heavy load that even in spite of the fact that I was taking to avoid, it was just driving me harder into dependence.

  • All the things you pay attention to fades out till you miss it

I appreciate the people who stood by me when I was deep in substance abuse. But not all the people were like that, some left me and never came back, the addiction that I had, they just did not get it. Nevertheless, because of how profound into my issues and issues I was, I began to push away even the ones that needed to stick around to receive me in return. Suddenly the only thing which mattered to me was using more of the substance. I lost interest in my job and made no attempt to continue. I lost good opportunities for dates and meetings with friends and family since I could not handle being sober for a long duration of time. Life reduced itself to simply one thing, and that very single thing was what darkened my life to the stage where I lost everything I at one time loved.

  • You become a puppet to drugs.

Self-motivation was not my strength. When I was using, I kept telling myself that it was the last time, but then I used again. I always wanted to take more of the substance during such times as a sign of my quitting the drug use. My body and soul were controlled by the guilt and frustration, leaving me unable to interact with people like I used to because the guilty I felt. I locked myself in my apartment, leaving my work and everything I should have done outside. The bills were heaping, I could only stared at them. Sometimes I got calls persistently which I never responded to; it was an open secret that something was amiss with me yet my ego prevented me from confirming the affirmative. I was a puppet with no idea how my strings were pulled. having no idea that it was something I consumed infinitely.

  • You mislead everybody including yourself

This action of mine might be the fire when I had axes. My fear of being criticized or driven out made me fib very often that in the end, it was more or less difficult to follow up all the things I had fabricated in order to be able to gratify my habit. I was adopting money from allies and family, never being in a capable to offer it in return. Addiction was demolishing my life from numerous points of view, fiscally, sincerely and naturally. I was mistreating my body. I halted eating, ceased taking good care of myself, began losing weight at a disturbing rate; every person recognised I was having issues and they all desired to assist, but deceiving them and myself simply created a barrier between them and me. The barrier around me got tougher as the lies kept adding up. I consistently and with vigour continued to lie to myself about the so many reasons why I should stay addicted.

  • You pursue getting intoxicated so as to prevent withdrawal

Pull-out is one of the depressive phases for an addict. The worries and all those mixed feelings that make everything look like hell is something that I wanted to avoid by all possible means. I was utilizing to never lose that high feeling because I understood what came after and I couldn't handle it. It's such a strong great and very intense condition that you feel like the only path out of it is by utilizing more and more frequently. What's more, because of the way that the more I utilized the more resilience I assembled, it turned out to be more regrettable inside time.

  • Nothing else is of importance

After all the exemptions were said. All the bonds with adorable ones were ended by me. I was so into drugs and that euphoric feeling that I had little thought for anything else and finally my nightmares came to reality. I drove every person out of my life and just a few decided to hold on outside for the chance to come up where they could return and support me. I was totally blinded by my habit that virtually nothing else is significant. So I lost my job, and my co-workers stopped trying to come across, many of my loved ones gradually got over my situation and moved on.


At this point, words from those I loved the most began to beat inside my head. When I thought all was lost, when I knew that I reached the worst possible situation, I discovered I needed help and there were enough around to assist me in moving out of that dark and deep well I carelessly entered into.


Living with an addiction is probably the most difficult thing I have ever experienced, and actually could also be the most difficult thing my family and friends have ever gone through. A little knowledge about what substance abuse was would have made the whole situation less complicated. While I was blinded by the addiction, the people that cared about me consistently waited outside the well to save me because they identified these signs before me.

My family and I survived that dark period due to our closeness and perseverance.


Initially, it all looked gloomy, yet I got into a remedial program which provided insight on living a cheerful and drug-free life, and this assisted me to live with myself and apologise for my wrongs without reproach. It was difficult, I won't deceive, but I'm very jovial that I wasn't alone and that I still have individuals who trusted in me till I was back to normal.

Identifying these signs can bring a significant change into the life of a user, allowing them to understand that you still care irrespective of how sore things may turn out can be what will eventually light up the path to sobriety.