I don't have a limp or a broken leg. What I mean by crutch is an addiction. The word addiction is so frowned upon that just saying it gets you various stares for numerous parties. People don't like admitting that they have addictions.
It's true. I suppose it’s a show of weakness and I have noticed that even I don't want to admit it. People get very defensive and agitated when you tell them they are addicted to something. For instance it's not bad to be addicted to coffee, but if you accuse someone of it then they will fight it.
Every bone in their body shivers when you say that too them. And it actually is quite a show of how us people have been programmed by the world around us to never admit to some things. To always fight the taboo in society.
Why though? Why do we find it necessary to do that? I don't care if you know I enjoy coffee every morning. I like having routines and I like adrenalin. These are all addictions. Some, worse for you than others but still.
My feelings towards this can only be described by the words of the great internet trolls and dodgy websites worldwide. Ffffffffuuuuuuuuuuuu. Rage shall ensue, if you don’t care what people think then why are you fighting to admit your crutch.
I don’t mean this in a condescending tone or in a violent matter, just learn to accept who you are, what you do and the weaknesses you have, you cannot work at it if you deny it, nobody but you really cares what you are addicted to. I don’t care if you love smoking, or watching porn or whatever.
Let me reiterate, I DON’T CARE!