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I was going to say the same. In fact I googled the difference between Habit and Addiction and this is what I found:
The words “habit” and “addiction” are frequently interchanged, but there is one significant difference between the two. Habits can be negative or positive, while addictions are only negative. The trick to identifying, which is which often lies in the amount of time and effort it takes to break one.
Sometimes that might be an easy call, but all too often it's subjective.
And if an addiction give the addict pleasure as compensation, who's to say?
Check one or more:
[ ] Religious zealots?
[ ] Right wing political knowers of what's right?
[ ] Left wing political knowers of what's right?
[ ] People jealous of that in which someone else takes pleasure?
[ ] Fill in with those other impeccable judges of good and evil who got on your case
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Actually participation because it is proven, but watching may probably also cause endorphin addiction. And if not coupled with beer and snacks, less dangerous than participation. (I have an interesting theory concerning "no sports lifestyle" which somehow goes minimal loss of life expectancy vs. shorter yet happier life without injuries).
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