Being addicted to anything in this world is an experience that no one will ever wish for. This is because breaking an addiction is quite a grave task that only a few may be able to sail through. When the going gets tough, some people simply give up on trying to break their addiction and look forward to changing their game plan entirely.
One of Ghana’s business moguls who tags himself as Ghana Lucifer has advised his followers to be weary of hoarding stuff in their room because of an addictive nature they develop over the years. Among other stuff, he made comments about some people becoming too addicted to the extent that the only thing they think about is to get whatever they have on. Making his stance known, Ghana Lucifer poured all his heart on Facebook.
The business mogul opined;
***When u become addicted to something it enslaves u, those who are addicted to iPhones will use their last money to buy it even if it means to go for a loan 💵 .
Those who are addicted to alcohol or drugs will rather choose alcohol or drugs over food even if it means to sleep on empty stomach.
When u become addicted to ladies n sex u don’t even care if she is ugly or beautiful provided she can satisfy ur lust for sex.
Young guys of today are wasting their precious time n money on Sports Bet, sometimes u win n sometimes u lose but honestly u cannot build your future on gambling 🎰. Gambling can ruin ur life n family, it’s not safe, it kills n can cause depression which will eventually weaken ur immune system. One out of 1000 people can make it out of gambling which makes it a very risky investment.
I chose not to be addicted to any of these but rather to be addicted to build my family n my future, well just to let u know I’m a man of polygamy, a young guy with 5 kids and still counting hahahahahaha. I don’t live to please others but I live to please my family. If u live for ur family n kids u spend wisely n work hard to cater for them.
If u are addicted to useless things then ur future is at risk. U have been drinking n chasing women for years ask yourself what have you gained?
Say no to #addiction n try to seek for #addictionrecovery
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