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THE ADDICTIVE HABIT OF BREAKING ADDICTIVE HABITS.

YOU CAN BECOME UNADDICTED TO ANY BAD OR ADDICTIVE HABIT YOU WANT.

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DEFINITION OF UNADDICTED:

unaddicted – adjective  un•ad•dict•ed | /,ənə’diktəd/

: becoming unaddicted

  1. : no longer physically or mentally dependent on a particular substance, was able to stop using by way of choice, free will, and willpower.  
  2. : exhibiting a compulsive, chronic, physiological or psychological need to stop using a habit-forming substance, behavior, or activity
  3. : able to stop repeatedly using a harmful substance (such as drugs or alcohol)    

Similar: choice, strong minded, determined, strong-willed, free-thinker 

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This is my definition of Unaddicted. The Merriam-Webster Dictionary’s definition is simply “not addicted”. That is literally all it says, which I find insulting based on what I know from personal experience. “Not addicted” refers to someone that is not addicted to something but also infers that they were probably or possibly never addicted in the first place. However, UNADDICTED refers to someone that was addicted but has become unaddicted by sheer determination. Big Difference. No problem Webster, we got it covered.

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