Addictive Personality

October 18th, 2010

One theoretical addictions treatment school of thought uses the term addictive personality to describe the psychological make-up of a person who is prone to habit-forming behaviours, which are unmanageable, obsessive and compulsive.  An addictive personality is a trait, or set of traits, that develop in response to habit-forming substances or compulsive behaviours. Addictive personalities do not necessarily relate only to drugs or alcohol. People with an addictive personality may never try drugs, or may not suffer from the disease of addiction.

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