The Chocolate Wagon

The Chocolate Wagon I started writing this post last night, but as it sometimes happens with posts, it didn't turn out quite the way I imagined it going and I decided to sleep on it and finish it this morning. Imagine my surprise when I woke up this morning to find a link to this "article" (really, even with the quotation marks calling it an article is an exaggeration) on my Facebook page. Obviously I read it straight away, and obviously I got slightly upset. It is basically about how fat people have no self-control. And that is why they are fat, and are now trying to hide their inadequacy as people behind "addiction" excuses. But really, what is the difference between eating-addiction to shopping or drinking or working or sex? People get addicted to so many things these days. As a matter of fact, I just read that the NHS estimates 2 million people in the UK are addicted to something. I've been trying to find a one-liner to summarise the difference between habits and addictions for this post, and in doing so found so many people that "don't believe" in addictions at all, not just the food kind,

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