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Feel Like You Can’t Control Yourself?

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There are people who struggle every day due to an uncontrollable need to do the things that they do. It’s important to know that you aren’t the only out there suffering from this. You can get help to overcome it, but it will take time, willpower, and a lot of effort on your part if you are going to be able to overcome any compulsion or addiction that you have.

Impulse Control Disorders Can Control Your Life

There are some people who suffer from disorders that make it feel as though it’s impossible to resist doing a specific thing.
Kleptomaniacs are people who have a strong compulsion to steal things that don’t belong to them. They may steal from stores, friends, families, or even their work. The things that they steal may have little to no value and not be useful to them at all. The reason for stealing may just be from the adrenaline rush they get from thinking that they may get caught.
People suffering from a substance use disorder suffer from a compulsion to use a substance like morphine or alcohol, although it’s typically referred to as an addiction. An addiction can go on for so long that the body won’t be able to function normally without drugs or alcohol.
Someone who has sudden, uncontrollable bursts of anger and aggression is viewed as having an intermittent explosive disorder. This disorder causes people to have the smallest thing set them into a tizzy of anger and rage. Some people who don’t go to counseling or learn how to handle their disorder can end up hurting someone else or themselves.
Impulse control disorders need to be treated with intensive therapy and sometimes medication. A counselor can help people learn how to handle their impulses and avoid doing anything that could get them into major trouble later on down the road because of the disorder they have.

Behavioral Disorders Can Make Life Much More Difficult

Behavioral disorders often develop over time and can be triggered by different things that have happened throughout someone’s life. These disorders can affect you both physically and mentally.
For example, anorexia and bulimia are behavioral disorders that cause someone to feel as though they can never get thin enough. They will constantly do things in an effort to lose weight, such as making themselves vomit so that they don’t actually ingest any of the calories of the food that they eat.
Anorexia and bulimia have long-term effects on the body that can be difficult to repair later on down the road. Many people, after they’ve overcome anorexia and bulimia, often suffer from stomach problems, dental weakness, and weakened bones.
Gambling is another obsession that can negatively impact someone’s life. Too often are the stories of people digging themselves further into debt due to gambling. In fact, about 23 million Americans fall into debt due to their gambling. Unfortunately, with access to so many casinos in places like Nevada and Louisiana, a gambling addiction will be hard to control.
Sexual addictions are one of the hardest to overcome because sex and pornography are so readily available to us. An addiction or obsession with sex or pornography can quickly take over your life and could cause you to make decisions you wouldn’t otherwise make.
It’s important to receive professional help to overcome a sex addiction and reduce the chances of contracting a disease that you can’t cure. The same can be said about drug and alcohol abuse, though misconceptions have made it harder to understand this type of compulsion, just like sex addiction.
If you start to notice that you or someone you love has started to talk about anything constantly or it seems like an object or activity is absorbing their life, it may be time to get them help before their life is changed forever.

Substance Abuse Addiction Can Take Over Your Life

Substance abuse isn’t just about not being able to control the amount of liquor you drink; it’s a disorder that negatively impacts a person’s life and those around him or her. Places like NV and LA are known to be very “party-heavy” but are, unfortunately, hotbeds for addicts.
Many people assume that drug addicts are people who have no jobs, are living on the streets, and knocking on death’s door, but that’s not the case. There are many people in LA who are suffering from a drug or alcohol addiction without anyone knowing about it. Going to Bourbon Street to celebrate Mardi Gras isn’t the same as drinking each and every day to get through life.
It’s possible for someone to become addicted to drugs accidentally. If someone was involved in an accident that left them injured, their doctor will more than likely prescribe them medications to help with the pain. Prescription medications are highly addictive; prescription medication is an all too common way for someone to become addicted to drugs.
Some people also become addicted to alcohol when they have busy and hectic schedules. They find it hard to be able to juggle everything in their life and turn to alcohol to try to numb some of the chaos. They may start off with a few nips at night and then start drinking during the day. Pretty soon they need to continuously drink in order just to function normally.
Fortunately, there are centers for alcohol rehab in LA, such as Baton Rouge and Lafayette where someone can discreetly get the help they need.
If you feel that you are suffering from an abehavioral disorder, seek help right away to ensure that your life is not taken over. Speak with a professional right away to discuss your options in breaking the habit and improving your life.
It’s important to know that the desire to do the things that you feel compelled to do will always be there, but you can learn how to control it and stop yourself before you do something that will ruin your life forever.
23 Comments
  1. Lyosha 3 months ago
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    I hope I will never get to use your advise but it sounds totally legit! very-very nice post overall

    • Tori mcbee 3 months ago
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      Wonderfully written and perfectly educated me on stuff I was curious about ! I have some family memebers that fit a few of these descriptions so this post really hit home for me. Thanks for sharing !

  2. Erin 3 months ago
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    Thank you for sharing this! It’s important info to help others!

  3. Britney 3 months ago
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    I definitely struggle with impulse control, managing my alcohol intake and anxiety helps though.

  4. kumamonjeng 3 months ago
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    Great post to bring awareness to the public. Many of us do not realize we have such problems.

  5. minimalistmiri 3 months ago
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    What an interesting and in-depth article, definitely learned a lot!

  6. Flourish 3 months ago
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    information is power, what you dont know becomes a disadvantage in your life, that for the info, was really educative.

  7. Fae Celine Ong 3 months ago
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    This is really something that people needs to read. It’s very important and useful. It’s great that you bring awareness of this topic.

  8. Taryn 3 months ago
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    I’m hoping that posts like this will continue, as these are very serious issues that deserve constant conversations.

  9. Ashli Ferguson 3 months ago
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    Very useful information I think a lot of us can relate to either from ourselves or someone we know! Thank you for sharing!

  10. sudipa 3 months ago
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    Wonderfully written and very helpful and informative.thanks for sharing

  11. Annabel O 3 months ago
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    Great info. Thanks for sharing this. Hope that more people can read this.

  12. Elizabeth O 3 months ago
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    People who suffer from these needs love and understanding, most especially from their family and friends.

  13. Lavern Moore 3 months ago
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    This is a very interesting article. I learned so much about the things that affect how people behave.

  14. Geraline Batarra 3 months ago
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    I met a few people like this before, kleptomaniac.. They are kinda hard to understand for me but of course I am trying as well as I tried to under people who has a bipolar behavior..

  15. Addiction isn’t easy. I know people trying to recover. It’s like a disease that eats them up inside.

  16. Samar 3 months ago
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    This article shows an in depth research about our own inner self.

    Thanks for the enlightenment.

  17. Alexandra Cook 3 months ago
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    Having the willpower to focus on the necessary things in my everyday life is what allows me to feel more in control. I think discipline plays a huge role in all this.

  18. twinspirationalparties 3 months ago
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    Thanks for sharing this article, I really enjoyed reading it due to the fact I know some people who are suffering the same behavior.

  19. Julia Palfrey 3 months ago
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    Very insightful,

  20. Iva 3 months ago
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    Amaizing and educational arrival.

  21. Monidipa Dutta 3 months ago
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    These posts are really good for all. Helpful. And awesome!

  22. Tracy Chong 3 months ago
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    I ever once saw one of my friends who always off to the ladies as soon as she finished her meal and return to the dining table with her hand covering her mouth with napkins. I didn’t understand that was a behavioural disorder until a friend told me. Now she has a family and she seems to be alright already. The reason why she did so was she wanted herself to stay thin. That’s what I heard. I didn’t understand why she has to ruin herself because of that. Just sad.

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