- There are no universal character traits that are found in all addicted people.
- According to some research, addictions stem from being unable to seek pleasure from everyday things like work, friendships, and romantic relationships.
- Experiments have shown that happy environments make people less inclined to become addicted to drugs.
- There are also some biological markers that suggest someone may become an addict.
“The reasons someone becomes an addict are complicated. Some think it’s down to having an “addictive personality,” where certain people find it incredibly difficult to resist temptation. However, this is more of a colloquialism, as no single addictive personality trait common to everyone with addictions has ever been found.”
Source: BusinessInsider.com – November 8, 2017